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Calories Burned by 60 Minutes of jogging on a mini-tramp


calories burned jogging

Here is a summary of the calories burned for an average man and average woman engaged in the activity - jogging on a mini-tramp. For additional information we also have the calorific burn for related jogging activities.

The calories burned, for an average male, weighing 190 pounds (86 kg) is 388 Calories, in one hour of jogging on a mini-tramp.

The calories burned, for an average female, weighing 163 pounds (74 kg) is 333 Calories, in one hour of jogging on a mini-tramp.

The calories burned per minute, by jogging on a mini-tramp for an average man is 6 Calories per minute, and for an average woman is 6 Calories per minute.

This activity is in the category running.

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  dancing
  exercise
  elliptical
  fishing
  football
  fencing
  golf
  gymnastics
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  judo
  karate
  kayaking
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  pilates
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  rowing
  rugby
  running
  sitting
  skating
  skiing
  sleeping
  soccer
  softball
  spinning
  standing
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Reference:
Compendium of physical activities: an update of activity codes and MET intensities.
Ainsworth, B, Haskell, W, Whitt, M.
Med Sci Sports Ex, 32(9): S498-S516, 2000.

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