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Calories burned doing pull ups (vigorous effort) for 1 hour hour 154.3 pounds or 70 kilograms

A person will burn 560.0 calories doing pull ups (vigorous effort) for 1 hour if he/she weighs 154.3 pounds or 70 kg

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560.0 cal
72.6 g or 0.16 lb
Someone weighting 70 Kg or 154.3 lb doing pull ups (vigorous effort) burns 560.0 calories in 60 minutes. This value is roughtly equivalent to 0.16 pound or 2.56 ounces or 72.6 grams of mass (fat and / or muscle).

  • Doing this activity 3 times a week for 60 minutes will loose 1.92 pounds or 0.87 Kg a month.
  • Doing this activity 5 times a week for 60 minutes will loose 3.2 pounds or 1.45 Kg a month.

How to calculate calories (burned)

The number of calories you burn while exercising is dependent on:

By multiplying the MET (*) value by the body weight in kg and the duration of the activity, you can estimate the energy expenditure in Kcal specific to a person's body weight. This statement can be expressed as the following formula:

Calories burned = METs x weight x (time / 60)

In this example, doing pull ups (vigorous effort) at a 8 MET value, burns Kcal/kg x body weight/h.

So, a 70 kg individual doing pull ups (vigorous effort) for 60 minutes expends the following:

(8 METs x 70 kg) x (60 min/60 min) = 560.0 Kcal.


(*) MET means 'metabolic equivalent'


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