How Many Calories do You Burn while Singing?

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If you were to sing for half an hour you would burn about 45 minutes. You could double that if you sing standing up and keeping your diaphragm held tightly. You can find more information here: www.livestrong.com
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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.
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