Using the StairMaster at a medium pace burns 5 calories every minute for a person weighing 120 pounds. For the same energy exerted, each additional 30 pounds a person weighs burns an additional 2 pounds. More calories are burned if the exertion is greater or the person weighs more.
According to Mayo Clinic, The StairMaster burns up to 819 calories hourly. This is four times the calories burned through general cardiovascular exercise. This choleric burn is attributed to the front muscle usage in the thighs (quadriceps) as well as the buttocks, which balances the body's mass against gravity's force to generate a vigorous workout.Learn More
BODYCOMBAT is a cardio workout that involves various muscles of the body. It is inspired by several disciplines of martial arts, including karate, tai chi and tae kwon do. Expect to lose 737 calories in one 55-minute session.Full Answer >
According to BikeRadar, the best way to burn fat on a road bike is by keeping the ride intensity below 80 percent of a person's maximum heart rate, and to keep riding for longer periods of time. BikeRadar notes that training regularly on a bike helps the body to use fat as a fuel better than custom foods, supplements or psychological tricks.Full Answer >
According to the Mayo Clinic, an individual weighing between 160 and 240 pounds can burn 400 to 600 calories per hour doing water aerobics. The Mayo Clinic explains that the total number of calories burned depends on body weight and the intensity level at which the exercise is being performed.Full Answer >
To eliminate extra body fat, perform aerobic and weightlifting exercises three times per week, increase your fiber intake, cut calories, and eliminate trans fats. Get at least six hours of sleep each night.Full Answer >