How Many Calories Do You Burn off Walking?

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When walking, one burns off 100 calories per one and a half kilometres. More calories get burned when one is walking at high speed since more muscles are in use therefore burning extra calories. One's weight x distance = energy used walking.
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Your calorie burn rate depends on your weight. For example, a 155 pound person can burn 563 calories in an hour running 5mph. Click below for a full chart of calorie burn rates.
Walking can burn off anything from about 150 calories an hour up to as many as 420 calories an hour. The number of calories that are burnt depend on whether it is on flat ground or up steep hills, and how fast the pace is.
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If you weigh 150 and you walk at the rate of 4.5 miles per hour for 60 minutes, you will burn off approximately 360 calories. If you weigh more than than, you will burn off more calories
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for my mega guess you will maybe have to walk 7 blocks.
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1. Swing or pump your arms as you walk. If you feel awkward about this, just go for a light arm swing, back and forth as you walk. When you use upper and lower body muscles at the
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LMAO Are you serious? OMG I am cracking up here... :P Not very many. There are studies to suggest that an average session of actual two-party sheet-fluffing is roughly equivalent
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