December 1, 2020

Calories burned rollerblading – Rollerblading for weight loss

How many calories does rollerblading burn for adults?

According to the 2011 Compendium of Physical Activities [1], rollerblading activity has a MET value between 7.5 to 14.0.
That’s to say, a 165-pound person (75 kg) can burn anywhere from 295 to 550 calories in 30 minutes of rollerblading depending on his speed or intensity.

Calories burned chart while rollerblading by a 150-pound person.

 MET value30 Minutes1 Hour

Rollerblading, in-line skating,

14.4 km/h (9.0 mph), recreational pace

7.5268536

Rollerblading, in-line skating,

14.4 km/h (9.0 mph), recreational pace

9.8350700

Rollerblading, in-line skating,

21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph),

fast pace, exercise training

12.3439879

Rollerblading, in-line skating,

24.0 km/h (15.0 mph), maximal effort

14.05001000

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    Calories Burned During Rollerblading: 0 Kcal

    Rollerblading for weight loss

    Is rollerblading good exercise for weight loss? A lot of people want to know.
    It is quite clear that this type of exercise is a vigorous-intensity sports activity.
    From the chart above, we know that a 150-pound person rollerblading at speed of 15 mph can burn up to 1000 calories per hour.
    This is an amazing burning rate compared to some other exercises, such as running and biking.
    3500 calories equals about 1 pound (around 0.45 kilogram) of fat.

    Therefore this 150-pound person rollerblading at speed of 9 mph can achieve the goal that reduces 1 pound in a week.

    Calories burned in 9- to 14-Year-Old Children

    A study published in Journal of Physical Activity and Health [2]revealed that rollerblading and riding a scooter were vigorous-intensity physical activities.

    The findings of this study indicated that Mean child MET costs for the household chores ranged from 1.3 to 3.6 METs. Rollerblading and riding a scooter yielded mean child MET costs of 6.5 and 6.3 METs respectively.

    Therefore, a 100-pound child will burn 6.5×3.5×100×0.453 ÷ 200 = 5.15 calories per minute while Rollerblading at an average speed of 5.36 mph (2.4 m/s). He can burn up to 5.15 × 60 = 309 calories per hour during rollerblading.