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How many calories do you burn a hour running/jumping on powerizers?

I just bought these and I heard that they are great exercise. So I was wondering how many calories a hour (or half a half) do you burn if you ran and jumped?

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4 Responses to “How many calories do you burn a hour running/jumping on powerizers?”

  1. B-love said :

    Not exactly sure what you mean by powerizers….I’m assuming some sort of running device you hook to your shoes. In any event, at age 21, 144lbs, 5’7” after running 6 miles at a 6:53 mile pace (41:10) I burned 688.2 calories. .so that is 114.7 calories/mile.

  2. Marie A said :

    Ok, B-Love is giving you some good numbers there but as you can see he or she is in very good shape & running at an excellent pace to burn alot of calories. The amount of calories you will burn in an hour has alot to do with your current weight, height, basically your BMI (Body Mass Index). Usually, the heavier you are, the faster you lose the weight if you work hard in the beginning. I have lost 75 lbs in 9 months. That is a healthy way to lose it, no more than 2 lbs per week & of course change your diet. Good Luck to ya!! : )

  3. Yeti said :

    Not sure what powerizers are. Best I can tell they’re likely some sort of a springy stilt.

    Calories when running are primarily a function of weight and distance.

    A lot depends on how much movement you’re putting in on those powerizers, and if it would ultimately be less or more than what you’d put in running.

    The average person might burn about 100-110 calories per mile running, and recreationally go around a 10:00/mile pace. That would result in maybe 600-700 calories per hour (but can certainly vary with pace, weight, etc.).

    I’d actually expect “powerizers” to burn fewer calories than that as there’s assumably not a sustained effort if you’re “jumping.” You might work different muscle groups than running though.

    It would ultimately depend on good deal not so much on what you do but how you do it.

  4. rbsax425 said :

    whatever recreational aerobic exercise you do, you will burn around 600-900 calories per hour depending on your body, metabolism, weight, height, and intensity of the workout.


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