Calculate the Calories Burned By Heart Rate
Burning more calories become easier with a better knowledge of the connection between the heart rate and the metabolism process.
When it comes to serious bodybuilding, knowing how many calories you burn is crucial, especially if you have specific goals of cutting or bulking. With this information, you’ll be able to adjust your diet accordingly. But how do you measure your calories burned?
There are several ways of measuring and estimating this value. In the past, people relied heavily on theory and estimation, but with modern technology, we have devices such as activity trackers and heart rate monitors. Companies like Nike and Adidas have leveraged this advancement by integrating this technology with their sportswear line. You may also use the MET (Metabolic Equivalent of Task) Values Chart to compute that value.
The Fat Burning Zone
|30 Minutes of|
|Low Intensity Group (50%)||120||80||200|
|Hight Intensity Group (75%)||140||260|
The three leading components in how many calories you burn are:
- The intensity of the activity you perform
- Body composition – the more muscle mass you have, the more calories you burn
This calculator uses the widely accepted and scientifically-backed equation for calories burned, which uses:
- Average Heart Rate during activity
- Duration of activity