This calorie counter for activities estimates how many calories you burn during certain activities that you can choose in the time that you select for each of them. Read more on the subject of caloric expenditure below the form.

Instruction: Enter your weight in lbs or kg, choose the type of activity (you should fill in at least 1 field), enter the time in minutes for each activity and then press Calculate:
Weight: *
Activity 1:
Activity 2:
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Instruction: Enter your weight in lbs or kg, choose the type of activity (you should fill in at least 1 field), enter the time in minutes for each activity and then press Calculate:
Weight: *
Activity 1:
Activity 2:
Activity 3:
Activity 4:
Activity 5:

## How does this calorie counter for activities work?

If you are curious how many calories you burn during various activities then you can use the above tool to estimate how many calories are burned walking, running, during housework and in many other events. You just need to enter your weight and choose up to 5 activities each with their own time for every calculation you make and even try again with other activities from our broad range of physical activities.

Example result:

 Total calories burned: 1,049 Bicycling - leisure 230 Running: 6 mph (10 min/mile) 205 Snorkeling 77 Soccer casual 407 Washing car 130

In order to determine your caloric expenditure during typical physical activities you can choose from a wide range of activities, to see how many calories are burned through exercise, aerobic, bicycling, dancing to how many calories are burned walking, doing housework and many others.

In each of the five fields you can select an activity and enter the corresponding number of minutes then the online calorie counter will display a report with how many calories are burned in total and the number of calories burned in each of the activities you selected.

Calories are a measure of energy, so the amount of energy you consume during different activities and even during sleeping can be quantified in calories burned. Nicolas Clement first defined the calorie as a heat unit in 1824. The word comes from Latin word "calor" meaning heat.

Physical activity is one of the factors that contribute to burning calories. This is a variable factor of the daily caloric requirement that varies with the frequency, duration and intensity of the activity.

Scientists have established a corresponding value for many types of activities, value that the calorie counter for activities uses along with your weight and the time in minutes you enter, to estimate the number of calories burned.

Did you know you have to burn up to 3500 calories to lose one pound of weight and that each of the calories represents the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature by one degree Celsius to one kg of water? But do you know what to do and how much time so to burn 3500 calories? You can use this online calorie counter to test for various activities and discover different combinations of your favorite activities and exercises that burn calories.

Below you can find a list containing one of the most common situations in which calories are burned:

 Activities that burn calories Calories burned walking Elliptical calories burned Calories burned biking Cross fit calories burned Calories burned sleeping Calories burned spinning Calories burned cycling Calories burned jogging Calories burned standing Calories burned breastfeeding Calories burned weight lifting Exercise calories burned Calories burned hiking Running calories burned Calories burned during sex Yoga calories burned

05 Dec, 2014