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Counting calories can help keep last night's dessert from becoming today's spare tire.

Use this calculator to discover how many calories you burn during your workout routines. Simply enter your information and click "Calculate".

  • Time
  • minutes*
  • Weight
  • lbs*
  • Time
  • minutes*
  • Weight
  • kgs*
  • Activity
  • *
Your calories burned = calories
Expert Tip:

To maintain a healthy weight, the calories you take in everyday through the food you eat should be roughly the same as the calories you burn. This is known as caloric balance.

About your results

You've burned through this exercise.

Keep up the good work! Exercising helps you burn off unused calories that would otherwise get stored in your body as fat.

Be sure to occasionally switch up your workout routines to keep exercise interesting. For example, if your primary exercise is to walk around your block, try walking to the store a couple of days a week instead.

And keep counting those calories to reach and maintain your target weight.

Want to learn more?

Talk to your pharmacist at your local Good Neighbor Pharmacy to learn how exercise affects your everyday health.

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The figure determined by the Calories Burned Calculator is a rough estimate. This tool has been reviewed by medical experts and is for general educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for medical advice. The information in this tool should not be relied upon to make decisions about your health. Always consult your doctor with questions about your individual condition(s) and/or circumstances.

Ainsworth BE. (2002, January) The Compendium of Physical Activities Tracking Guide. Prevention Research Center, Norman J. Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina. Retrieved March 8, 2010 from the World Wide Web.