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Calories Burned Calculator

Welcome to the Calories Burned Calculator!

Ready to find out how many calories you've burned during your workout or daily activities? You're in the right place! Our calculator is designed to give you an estimate of the calories burned based on the activity performed, its duration, and your weight. Whether you're a fitness enthusiast or just curious, this tool can help you track your progress and stay motivated. Let's get started!

Calories Burned Calculator

Calculate how many calories you burn doing your favorite activities.


How to Use the Calories Burned Calculator

Welcome to our Calories Burned Calculator! Follow these simple steps to calculate the calories you've burned during various activities.

Step 1: Enter Your Weight

Locate the input field labeled 'Your Weight (kg)' and enter your weight in kilograms. This is crucial for calculating the calories burned accurately.

Step 2: Select Your Activity

Click on the dropdown menu labeled 'Select Activity'. A list of activities will appear. Select the activity that best matches what you did.

Step 3: Input the Duration

In the field labeled 'Time (minutes)', input the duration of your activity in minutes. Ensure you only input the time spent actively doing the activity.

Step 4: Calculate Calories Burned

Once all fields are filled in, click the 'Calculate' button. The calculator will process your inputs and display the calories you've burned below the button.

Tips for Accurate Results

  • Ensure your weight is as accurate as possible.
  • Choose the activity that closely matches your physical effort.
  • Only count active minutes during your exercise for the time input.


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