After you know what your caloric deficit is from using the weight loss estimator, it's time to find some exercises you can do to help meet your caloric deficit. Enter your information below and look for the exercises that interest you.
Calculator Source: Freedieting.com
TIP: The human body is excellent at adapting to frequent exercises so calories are used more efficiently -- so less calories are burned overtime (it's a survival mechanism). So try mixing up your exercises every once and a while.
About this tool:
Exercising requires expending energy. Food energy is typically measured in kilocalorie's (otherwise known as calories). One pound of fat contains 3,500 calories so it would take a significant amount of exercise to burn fat. Results are usually better when a diet is paired with exercising.
The Activity calculator should be used as a guideline only. The amount of calories burned will vary depending on muscle mass, metabolism, and other factors. It's important to consult with a doctor prior to starting an exercise program to ensure you are clear for physical activities.
Source: The figures for this calculator are from the American College of Sports Medicine (ASCM)
Disclaimer: This tool is not intended to replace the guidance of a health care professional. This tool is intended for adults 18 years of age and older.
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