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Calories burned doing kettlebell for 1 hour

0.0 calories are burned doing kettlebell for 1 hour. See on this web page how many calories a man or woman expends doing exercises or activities. Using the calories burned calculator below, you just need to fill some data and get the value of calories burned in Kcal.

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Someone weighting 70 Kg or 154.3 lb doing kettlebell burns 0.0 calories in 60 minutes. This value is roughtly equivalent to 0 pound(s) or 0 ounce(s) or 0 gram(s) of mass (fat and / or muscle).

  • Doing this activity 3 times a week for 60 minutes will burn 0 pounds or 0 Kg a month.
  • Doing this activity 5 times a week for 60 minutes will burn 0 pounds or 0 Kg a month.

Calories burned in 60 minutes

Activity Calories
At rest 91
Bicycling to or from work 476
Bike riding 476
Bowling 210
Breastfeeding 140
Cleaning house 224
Climbing 525
Dancing 546
Doing elliptical 350
Doing housework 224
Doing jumping jacks 560
Doing nothing 91
Doing pilates 210
Doing pull-ups 560
Doing pushups 560
Doing sit-ups 560
Doing squats 350
Doing workouts 280
Doing yoga 210
Driving 175
Gardening 266
Golfing 336
Hiking 371
Jogging 490
Kayaking 350
Kissing 91
On treadmill 630
Painting 315
Doing kettlebell 560
Playing tennis 511
Raking leaves 266
Rowing 490
Running 910
Sitting 91
Skating 490
Skiing 630
Sleeping 67
Snowboarding 371
Spinning 210
Stair climbing 560
Standing 175
Swimming 560
Vacuuming 231
Walking 245
Watching tv 70
Weight lifting 420

How to calculate calories (burned)

The number of calories you burn while exercising is dependent on:
  • the exercise you do
  • your weight
  • the time spent doing the activity

By multiplying the body weight in kg by the MET (*) value and duration of activity, you can estimate the energy expenditure in Kcal specific to a persons body weight. In this example, doing kettlebell at a 6 MET value, burns 6 Kcal/kg x body weight/h.

A 70 kg individual doing kettlebell for 60 minutes expends the following:

(6 METs x 70 kg body weight) x (60 min/60 min) = 0.0 Kcal.

6 is the value in METs for doing kettlebell.

(*) MET - Metabolic equivalent


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