How much energy is burnt off during a 1000m swim?
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Asked by: neech-ga
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18 Oct 2006 13:43 PDT
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How much energy would an average adult female burn off during a 1000m swim doing the breast stroke lasting 45 minutes?
Re: How much energy is burnt off during a 1000m swim?
Answered By: omnivorous-ga on 13 Nov 2006 12:41 PST
Neech -- As has been noted, weight makes a big difference in the energy consumed. An exercise site called Fitlinxx, which requires registration, has a variety of calculations for various activities: Fitlinxx http://www.fitlinxx.com/brand.htm Fitlinxx varies the calculation by weight; distance; time; and intensity. At a medium intensity (5/10), here are the results for various weights: Weight: 110 lbs, 236 calories Weight: 120 lbs, 257 calories Weight: 130 lbs, 279 calories Weight: 140 lbs, 300 calories Best regards, Omnivorous-GA
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