walking calories calculator

This walking calories calculator will determine exactly how many calories are burned based upon your weight, your pace and time spent exercising. This is a great tool you can use to track how much you burn every time you exercise.

I’ve included a guideline just below the calculator to help you determine your pace, which is necessary to input into the calculator. I've also got some great ideas for you to burn even more through different kinds of exercise.


Walking Calories Calculator
Estimate the calories you burned walking:
Pace:
Weight:
Time:
Walking can help prevent heart disease.


How to Determine Your Pace for the Walking Calories Calculator

How Many Minutes It Takes to Walk A Mile Pace
30 minutes 2.0 mph
25 minutes 2.5 mph
20 minutes 3.0 mph
17 to 18 minutes 3.5 mph
15 minutes 4.0 mph


How To Burn More Calories While Walking

If you want to increase the calories you burn while walking, you’ll need to either walk faster or increase the intensity of your walk.

For example, climbing up a hill or stairs is a good example of increasing intensity. Here’s a great article on interval walking, which can really help you increase how many calories you can burn.

There are additional ways to burn more calories that are fun and challenging. Try walking backwards or walking on the beach. Both can help you lose weight and build muscle.

If you are new to fitness walking, start out slow and easy. Walk for ten minutes if possible at a pace that is comfortable for you. Increase your time by one minute every other day or two or when you feel comfortable.

After you can walk for thirty minutes at a time, you can begin to increase your speed.

To track your progress, download this free walking log. It allows you to keep track of how much you’ve accomplished on a week-to-week basis.

In the “Notes” section, add in how many walking calories you’ve burned each day. This will help you to stay focused and motivated to achieve your fitness and weight loss goals.

Fitness walking is a great way to burn calories, build muscle and improve your overall health. It is nearly the perfect sport because of its low impact on your joints and muscles. You can get a great workout with little risk of injury.

The benefits include both physical and emotional improvements. Not only will you look better, but you’ll feel better too!

Use this handy calculator after each walk to track your progress. This is a great tool to see just how much you can accomplish.

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