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Fitness & Exercise Directory

Calories burned with exercise and other physical activities

Find out how many calories you're burning with your favorite exercises. Browse our library below, or type your search above.

Treadmill - level @ 5 mph

Vigorous activity is anything that requires 6 METS, or 6 times your resting metabolism. Two good examples of exercising at vigorous intensities are...

Belly Dancing

Belly dancing is a popular dance form from the Middle East, and involves special movements that are choreographed to exotic dance and classical...

Treadmill - 15% incline @ 6 mph

A 6-mph walking pace can build aerobic endurance and maintain your body weight. However, if you'd like to bump up the intensity a notch, try...

Paddleball - casual

A casual game of paddleball is a fast-paced activity similar to racquetball and tennis, and is played by volleying a ball back and forth against a...

Shot Put

The shot put is an internationally practiced track and field event with participants in high schools, colleges and at the world class level. The...

Pull-ups - vigorous

Pull-ups are a physically demanding exercise used to build strength in the back, arms and shoulder muscles. They can be performed as a standard,...

Bicycling - BMX or mountain

Bicycling with a BMX bike or mountain bike is a vigorous cardiovascular exercise that can build stamina, improve endurance and increase muscle...

Tae Bo - very vigorous

At its highest level, Tae Bo, a mixture of tae kwon do and American boxing, is a wonderful way to achieve superior fitness, muscle strength and...

Running - cross-country

Running outdoors on trails, pavement or over a trekking course may be part of a cross country route and can take place in both a competitive or...

Walking (briskly)

Walking is a leisure activity that helps burn calories, too! Brisk walking is a great way to stay physically active. Some walkers choose to use...

Backpacking

Backpacking is a popular activity for outdoor enthusiasts who want to increase stamina and endurance, explore new territory and enjoy nature....

Fencing

In the broadest possible sense, fencing is the art of armed combat involving cutting, stabbing, or bludgeoning weapons directly manipulated by...

Walking - 2 mph

According to the American College of Sports Medicine, moderate walking (even as slow as 2 mph) can offer individuals significant health benefits if...

Treadmill - 10% incline @ 3 mph

If you enjoy walking and want to challenge yourself without having to run, try walking on a treadmill and slowly increasing the grade. After a...