How many calories do you burn running one mile, two miles, three miles or more?
How much does the speed you run at matter?
Your weight, running distance and speed have the biggest impact on how many calories you burn running.
For example about 155 calories per mile are burned for an 200 pound person running at 10 min mile pace and 100 calories per mile are burned for a 130 pound person at the same jogging pace.
Calories burned running calculator
To use the calories burned running calculator simply enter your weight, time spent running and distance run.
The calculator will work out your running pace per mile or kilometer and the calories burned during your run.
Calories Burned Running Calculator
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How many calories do you burn running?
You will see with the above calories burned running calculator
Someone weighing 150 pounds running a 10 minute mile pace for 60 minutes would burn 700 calories, whereas someone weighing 200 pounds running for the same duration and speed would burn 933 calories.
The average person will burn between 80 to 140 calories per mile.
30 minutes of running will burn between 280 and 520 calories, depending on your weight and speed.
Here’s what the calories burned look like if you increase your runtime to 60 minutes at 6 mph at various weights:
The calories burned running will depend on your weight, time spent running and to a lesser degree, your speed. Use the calculator for a custom calculation.
If you’re looking to loose weight running is a great way to shed extra calories. Combine the extra exercise with a sensible diet to create a calorie deficit and loose weight. If you’re struggling to get your weight loss going, see how many calories should I eat a day to loose weight.
Running calories burned vs walking calories burned
There is a common misconception that you burn as many calories walking as running.
Given a particular distance this is broadly accurate although due to the difference in movement, with running involving more up and down effort running has a slightly higher calorie burn rate.
The key principal to keep in mind though is, this is per equal distance and as we all live such busy lives most people will have a limited amount of time they can spend exercising.
30 minutes running burns vastly more calories than 30 minutes of walking.
Even if you are not at the stage where you could run for 30 minutes solid, doing a combination of run / walk will burn many more calories than simply walking.