If you frequent gym and often hop on to the cardio machine,
calories calculation cannot be unfamiliar to you. A normal running? on
treadmills for 30 minutes will kick away about 200-400 calories, depending on
your age and the intensivety of your workout.

So? the question is do you know how much calories you need
to acheive to get rid of 1 kg of weight from your bulky body? How detail is
your planning will describe how serious you want to achieve your goals and thus
increase the success rate in achieving your goal.

So here is the figure

1 pound = 3500 calories.

1 pound = 2.5 kg.

1 kg = 8750 calories.

Calories burned during exercise is affected by body weight,
intensity of workout, conditioning level and metabolism.

Wao the figure look rather scary right. Lets make it simple
if we want to have a 0.5kg weight lost per session which is equal to 4375. On
average, a person? will burn around 2500-3000 on normal daily activities. So
you are left with about 1400 calories to kill in your gym session.

Lets see 45-50 minutes running on treadmill will easily burn
500 calories, provided you are doing it a reasonable speed with level or
incline at least 1.5-2.

After the running,? do some weights which particularly help
in shaping some body areas which never fail to store stubborn fats. Tip is do 3
additional reps per set with the same weight.

Also, if you are using weights, your body is becoming
denser. The fat is shedding while the muscle is building, so looking at the
scale can be deceiving.You can make weight loss quicker and easier by
increasing your metabolic rate and burning more calories

Metabolic Rate is the rate at which the body burns up
calories.This explains why that ?lucky’ person across the table from you
doesn’t get fat from all that junk food.

The ?thermogenic effect’ described as meal-induced heat
production – the calories burned in the process of eating, digesting, absorbing
and using food.

You can influence all these factors, and speed up your rate
of burning calories using some, or all, of the following tactics:

### 1) Build Muscle

Increase the amount of muscle in your body. For every extra
pound of muscle you put on, your body uses around 50 extra calories a day. In a
recent study, researchers found that regular weight training boosts basal
metabolic rate by about 15%. This is because muscle is ?metabolically active’
and burns more calories than other body tissue even when you’re not moving.

Training with weights just 3 times a week for around 20
minutes is enough to build muscle. Not only will you be burning more calories,
you’ll look better – whatever your weight.

### 2) Move Around

Although the average person burns around 30% of calories
through daily activity, many sedentary people only use around 15%. Simply being
aware of this fact – and taking every opportunity to move can make quite a
dramatic difference to the amount of calories you burn.

### 3)Aerobic Exercise

As well as the actual amount of calories burned during
exercise – studies have shown that sustained, high-intensity exercise makes you
burn more calories for several hours afterwards.

### 4) Eat Little and Often

There is some evidence to suggest that eating small, regular
meals will keep your metabolism going faster than larger, less frequent meals.
There are two reasons why meal frequency may affect your metabolism. Firstly,
levels of thyroid hormones begin to drop within hours of eating a meal, and
metabolism slows. Secondly, it may be that the thermogenic effect of eating
several small meals is slightly higher than eating the same amount of calories
all at once.

Provided your small meals don’t degenerate into quick-fix,
high fat, high sugar snacks, eating little and often can also help to control
hunger and make you less likely binge.

Keep up the good work!

Postingan yang bagus dan m,enarik.... thanks

ReplyDeleteBurn Calories are not possible for me :( I am doing workouts for last 2 months but no result till now :( !

ReplyDeleteTry taking herbalife shake and exercises never give up.I am also taking such a long result keep on moving..never give up.take no more than 1200 to 1500 cal if you female and male 1500 to 1800 cal plus exercising

DeleteExercising in the right way definitely burns calories. The trick is to balance your workout along with your food habits. Besides doing workout,also keep a check on what you eat...

Delete1 Kg = 2.2 lbs(pounds).......

ReplyDeleteThe calculations that you have provided are wrong....

Ya wrong

Deleteherro

Delete2.5kg=3500calorie

ReplyDelete1kg=1400calorie and not 8750 calories

1 pound = 0.453597 kilograms and not 2.5

ReplyDeletethat`s right.

DeleteAt present i am 76kg and a height of 168cms . I have lost 2 kilograms of weight due to running since ten days. I am running 3k and walking 4k . Now my first doubt is that, Is it fine to reduce 2kgs in ten days ?

ReplyDeleteAnd the next doubt is that the entire 2kgs are from body fat or muscle fat ?

That is i think water retention in body. U can reduce 4 kgs easily in the begning that is water in body after that fat starts burning.So keep doing ur exersise and KAPALBHATI of Baba Ramdevji Maharaj is very much effective in reducing the weight.

DeleteCalculations wrong dude

DeleteHealthy fat loss is 2 pounds in a week you are losing muscle also .

DeleteAt present i am 76kg and a height of 168cms . I have lost 2 kilograms of weight due to running since ten days. I am running 3k and walking 4k . Now my first doubt is that, Is it fine to reduce 2kgs in ten days ?

ReplyDeleteAnd the next doubt is that the entire 2kgs are from body fat or muscle fat ?

1 kg = 2.2 lb (pounds).

ReplyDeleteSince 1 lb = 3500 cal, thus

1 kg = 2.2 lb x (3500 cal / 1 lb)

Therefore 1 kg = 7700 cal.

The calculations in the article are only incorrect because they messed up the definition that 1 kg = 2.5 (or 2.2) lb. If you use 2.5, then 1 kg will in fact be 8750 cal.

Intensivety isn't a real word! I believe you were looking for intensity...?

ReplyDeleteAnd as mentioned multiple times above, 1 kg = 2.2 lb, not 2.5 lb

A lot of people here skipped math in school..

ReplyDeleteIf 1 Kg = 2.2 lbs then you need to DIVIDE the kg on lbs to get what kg is PER lbs, 1 kg / 2.2 lbs = 0.45 Kg PER lbs.

Since 3500 cals are given per ONE lbs, the cal per KG would be 3500 times 0.4545.., or 1591 cal PER KG.

Or simply divide 3500 on 2.2 lbs to get PER KG (since there are 2.2 kg per one lbs): 1591.

Or this way: Since there are more per one lbs than per one kg (= 2.2 kg per 1 lbs) the 3500 is also given as "more" - it can therefor not become higher when converted to kg since kg is given in a lesser unit than lbs (you need 2.2 kg to get one lbs).

Thos who get to 8750 do it wrong. Period. They multiply 2.2 kg with the lbs which ALREADY is multiplied for this - DIVIDE it to get back to kg.

One more time:

1 lbs = 2.2 X Kg, to get back: 1 lbs / 2.2 = 1 KG.

So to get KG - DIVIDE (3500 / 2.2).

This is elementary school math (or at least it was..).

Still any doubt?

Actually brother , instead of critisizing other people for there math , how about you check your own coversion rate!!

Delete1kg = 2.2 lbs

not the other way around

So to convert "3500cal/lbs" you

Multiply by how many pounds in a Kg "2.205"

And you end up with "7716 cal per kg "

So much for Elimentary school math??!!!

hahaha what a douchebag. Americans -.- think they know everything.

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Deletehahaha....reading this is funny.... Btw . How do u know he's American ? Even Liberia even Africa has the same units... :P

ReplyDeleteLeave the fight on calculations. Check on useful things that he wrote.

ReplyDeleteThe article wasn't about math, it was about losing wheight. So quit on proving you brains or 'math abilities' around here and go lose some wheight for a change.

ReplyDeleteIt has been more than a year and still this article is still full of math errors.

ReplyDeleteWhere do they grow all these dumb fucks who believe they are entitled to an opinion?

omg! I just wanted to find out how many callories to a kg.... im so confused now after reading all this,, ill never no what to believe lol :)

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ReplyDeletewell written, many think that diet can make them slim, but thats wrong, this way the immune system as well as digestive system become weak, the thing is people should eat healthy and do exercise to be slim with being healthy.

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ReplyDeletepx90

1gram of fat = 9 calories

ReplyDeleteSo 1kg = 1000 grams = 9000 calories

Stop all this nonsence and do gym 5 days a week n loose 10 kg in 1 month.

ReplyDeleteCan U pls tell What type of Diet and what type of exercise will reduce Body weight ( 6 - 8 kg ) in 20 days.

ReplyDeleteThanks in advance.

If exercise, Pls give clear excersie list.....

i use to be about 94 kg but after three months of hard work and burning about 1000 calories a day now i am about 75 kg

ReplyDeleteTnx fore the information

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You're all wrong, to burn 1 kilo it takes 3500, and idk about the pounds... If losing one kilo would take that much, then it would take people years to lose weight.... I consume 900 calories a day and I burn like 1500, nevertheless, i'm eating 300 less than I should so I think I might be burning 1800 a day :)) tip: drink loooooooooots of water guys, enjoy! :)

ReplyDeleteYour math is Totally skrewed, dude! I'm really grateful for the 1 pound = 3500 calories, but the rest just hurt my neurons! Except the math error (huge) we really appreciate you taking time and consuming energy to write this article.

ReplyDeleteAnd where did you get that 1800 kcal a human consumes a day? As far as i know it's 600-800 doing nothing and all above it depends on what you do/exercise..