Calculate calorie burn according to exercise

Calculate calories burned while: lying, sitting, standing, walking, bicycling, vacuuming, walking up the stairs, skiing, climbing, running and swimming. Certainly, the decisive role in burning calories is played by the activity we perform and the time we spend on performing this activity. In other matters, it is also worth taking into account individual height, weight and age.

Please note that the calculations are approximate and depend on individual dispositions.

The following activities are available in the calculator:

  1. Lying.
  2. Sitting.
  3. Standing.
  4. Very slow walking (3.2 km/h or 2 mph) on that flat ground.
  5. Vacuuming, gardening, carpet beating.
  6. Cycling (10.5 km/h or 6.5 mph) – low/medium speed.
  7. Gym or playing volleyball in the hall – recreational.
  8. Skiing (Downhill) – moderate effort.
  9. Cycling (19 km/h or 11.2 mph).
  10. Rock climbing or mountain climbing.
  11. Running (8.5 km/h or 5.3 mph) – average running speed.
  12. Swimming fast – vigorous effort
  13. Fast run (10.8 km/h or 6.7 mph)
  14. Walking up the stairs.

The field result in daily calorie burn calculator shows the number of calories burned depending on your weight and type of physical activity you are doing. Physical activity is necessary to maintain good health. It not only helps to keep the body in good condition, but also burns unnecessary kilos.

The basic concepts of daily calorie burning calculator

Calculating calories burned from exercise can be used to track the number of calories burned each day. Many people wonder what sport or physical activity allows you to burn calories the fastest and what this process depends on.

How many calories you burn depends on your body weight, height and activity. With the calorie burn calculator you will find out how many calories you are burning by performing various activities. The calculator uses different types of physical activity. The basic metabolism is assumed.

The most common mistakes when playing sports should be avoided. This is drastic cutting of calories, too much training, or an unadjusted diet. This results in exhaustion of the body and exhaustion.

What is it calories burned?

The energy drawn from the body provides basic vital functions and enables you to be active during the day. Therefore, the right amount of supplied energy allows the proper functioning of the body. We provide energy both with food and drinks. Another important term is energy value (calorific value). It is based on the fact that calories are converted into energy during the process.
The demand for energy value depends primarily on: gender, age, weight and physical activity. Activity plays a key role in the overall calorie burning process. The more frequent and more intense our physical activity is, the more calories we burn.

Basic human metabolism

The basic metabolism consists of:

  • breathing,
  • the work of the heart, digestive and nervous systems,
  • the blood circulation,
  • increasing and maintaining a constant body temperature.

However, the basal metabolic rate is not constant, it may change depending on the weather, illness, pregnancy, stress, etc. The required value decreases with malnutrition and starvation. Therefore, by starving ourselves, we burn calories more slowly.