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How Many Calories are Burned by Rollerblading?



Welcome to the rollerblading section of DietandFitnessToday where the highest number of calories burned is 603 Calories, for rollerblading, in-line skating, 24.0 km/h (15.0 mph), maximal effort. This is for an average male weighting 190 pounds (86 Kg). Below is a list of 4 activities based on the general description of rollerblading, ranging from the highest calorie burn from 'rollerblading, in-line skating, 24.0 km/h (15.0 mph), maximal effort' which burns 603 calories in 30 minutes through to the activity 'rollerblading, in-line skating, 14.4 km/h (9.0 mph), recreational pace' which has the lowest calorie burn of 323 calories in 30 minutes, for a typical adult weighing 190 pounds (86 Kg).

For rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training, which is a typical intensity activity under the general description of rollerblading activities, the average calories burned by a person weighing 190 pounds (86 Kg) in 30 minutes is 530 Calories. In one hour rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training will burn 1,060 Calories.

Summary of Rollerblading Information and Charts

To help you find the information you need, we first focus on rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training which is the most common rollerblading activity. This is followed by the activities with the highest burn rate which is rollerblading, in-line skating, 24.0 km/h (15.0 mph), maximal effort, and the lowest which is rollerblading, in-line skating, 14.4 km/h (9.0 mph), recreational pace, giving the average calories burned per minute and per hour, along with food calorie equivalents and our new proprietary calories burned score© and calories burned rank©The calorie score gives an indication of the relative burn rate of the rollerblading activities measured as a percentage score out of 100 for the different rollerblading activities, where 100% is the maximum calorie burn which we estimate from running at a pace of 4 minutes per mile which is a world class speed for running for 30 mins.

The calorie rank is the rank of the rollerblading activity compared with all other 800 activities in our database to give an indication of the percentage of activities which have a higher or lower calorie burn. A rank of 1 means it is the highest ranking activity in terms or calorie burn and a rank of 100 means it is the activity with the lowest carlorie burn compared with all other activities.

Effect of Intensity on the Calorie Calculator

Although the above is a typical example for rollerblading, the calculator we use to determine the calories burnt depends on the intensity, duration and your body weight. At the bottom of the article we have a variety of different intensities which can be personalized based on your weight and the duration of the activities, using our free calculator.

Calorie Score and Calorie Rank for Rollerblading

At dietandfitnesstoday we have a new proprietary concept of a Calories Burned Score© and Calories Burned Rank©.

Calories Burned in 30 Minutes for a Typical rollerblading Activity

As we have previously mentioned Rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training is a moderate and typical level of intensity for rollerblading and can be used as a general representative approximate measure for calories burnt by rollerblading. For this activity in 30 minutes an average man weighing 190 pounds (86 kg) burns 530 Calories, while an average woman weighing 163 pounds (74 kg), in 30 minutes burns 455 Calories.

Calories Per Minute

The calories burned per minute for Rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training is 18 Calories per minute, for a typical man and for a typical female is 15 Calories per minute.

Calories Per Hour

The calories lost in one hour is 1,060 calories for a typical man, and 909 calories in one hour for a typical woman.

How to Burn 100 Calories

To burn 100 calories for a typical male would require 6 minutes of the activity rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training and to burn 100 calories with the same rollerblading activity for a typical female would take 7 minutes.

Score and Rank

Rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training has a Calorie Burned Score© of 52 out of 100 which means it gives a calorie burn of 52 % of the highest realistic calorie burn possible. This activity has a Calorie Burned Rank© of 25 out of 100 ie it is in the top 25 % of activities in terms of calorie burn. There are in fact 29 activities that have a higher calorie burn than rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training

Equivalent Activities

The following activities burn the same number of calories as Rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training -

  • rope jumping, fast pace, 120-160 skips/min
  • rope skipping, general
  • running at a speed of 8.6 mph or 7:00 pace (minutes/mile)

Comparison with Inactivity

30 mins of inactivity for example just sitting and watching television burns 43 calories for a typical man and 37 calories for a typical woman. Which means Rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training burns 13.3 times more calories than the equivalent time of inactivity for an average man and 12.3 times more calories for an average female.

Food Calorie Equivalents

This level of 530 calories burnt by an average man rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training is equivalent to 0.9 Big Macs, 1.9 snickers bar, 4.4 Starbucks Grande Skinny Lattes, 1.8 cheeseburgers, 1.9 slices of pizza or 1.4 large blueberry muffins.

For an average female burning 455 calories is equivalent to 0.8 Big Macs, 1.6 snickers bar, 3.8 Starbucks Grande Skinny Lattes, 1.5 cheeseburgers, 1.6 slices of pizza or 1.2 large blueberry muffins.

Weight Loss from Rollerblading

To answer the question how many pounds will I lose from the activity rollerblading? Taking this example of rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training in 30 minutes, the weight loss for a typical man is a minimum of 0.08 pounds, and a typical woman would lose 0.07 pounds.

Based on 4 sessions per week of rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training for a duration of 30 minutes per session, the approximate time taken to lose one pound is 3 weeks for a man and 4 weeks for a woman, assuming no other changes in lifestyle or eating habits.

The same 4 sessions per week of rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training for a duration of 30 minutes per session, would lose 1kg in 1 weeks for a man and 2 weeks for a woman.

Rollerblading Activity with the Highest Calorie Burn

The highest number of calories burned for an average person is achieved by rollerblading, in-line skating, 24.0 km/h (15.0 mph), maximal effort. For this activity in 30 minutes an average man burns 603 Calories, while an average woman in 30 minutes burns 518 Calories.

This activity of rollerblading, in-line skating, 24.0 km/h (15.0 mph), maximal effort has a Calories Burned Score© of 59.6 out of 100 which means it gives a calorie burn of 59.6 % of the maximum realistic calorie burn possible. This activity has a Calories Burned Rank© of 15 out of 100 ie it is in the top 15 % of activities in terms of calorie burn. There are in fact 13 activities that have a higher calorie burn than rollerblading, in-line skating, 24.0 km/h (15.0 mph), maximal effort

Rollerblading Activity with the Lowest Calorie Burn

The rollerblading activity with the lowest calories burnt is rollerblading, in-line skating, 14.4 km/h (9.0 mph), recreational pace, which for an average man in 30 minutes burns 323 Calories, and for an average woman burns 277 Calories.

This activity of rollerblading, in-line skating, 14.4 km/h (9.0 mph), recreational pace has a Calories Burned Score© of 30.4 out of 100 which means it gives a calorie burn of 30.4 % of the maximum realistic calorie burn possible. This activity has a Calories Burned Rank© of 52 out of 100 ie it is in the top 52 % of activities in terms of calorie burn. There are in fact 158 activities that have a higher calorie burn than rollerblading, in-line skating, 14.4 km/h (9.0 mph), recreational pace

Average Calories Burned by Rollerblading

Based on the the list of 4 rollerblading activities, shown below, the average calories burned for an average male, weighing 190 pounds (86 kg) is 470 Calories for 30 minutes of rollerblading. The average burnt for an average female, weighing 163 pounds (74 kg) is 403 Calories for 30 minutes of rollerblading.

Rollerblading for 30 minutes - Calories Burned Calculator

Calories Burned in 30 minutes of rollerblading for Average Male (M) and Female (F) (click to personalise).
rollerblading, in-line skating, 24.0 km/h (15.0 mph), maximal effort - calories  Male=603 kcal, Female=518 kcal.
rollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise training - calories  Male=530 kcal, Female=455 kcal.
rollerblading, in-line skating, 17.7 km/h (11.0 mph), moderate pace, exercise training - calories  Male=422 kcal, Female=362 kcal.
rollerblading, in-line skating, 14.4 km/h (9.0 mph), recreational pace - calories  Male=323 kcal, Female=277 kcal.

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