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This is an interesting chart for exercise calories burned. Too big to paste here.

https://www.nutristrategy.com/caloriesburned.htm

Exercises, sports and activities are listed below, showing calories burned per hour (energy expended) for a 130, 155, 180 or 205 pound person. The amount of calories expended is influenced by many factors, including body weight, intensity of activity, conditioning level and metabolism.


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This is an interesting chart for exercise calories burned. Too big to paste here.

https://www.nutristrategy.com/caloriesburned.htm
Thanks jfh! Always nice to see the amount of calories being burned during exercise. My pedometer has that feature for walking, and some machines at the gym, like treadmill show calories burned during a workout. And yes, we musn't forget things like housework or mowing the lawn...it's all good!
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Is enhanced energy utilization the answer to prevention of excessive adiposity?
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Excessive adiposity is the result of an imbalance in energy homeostasis whereby excessive food intake is not balanced by increased energy utilization.

Much has been learned about the physiology of energy expenditure during resting, eating, and physical activity that allows optimal energy utilization that could reduce excessive adiposity.

Resting metabolic rate and diet-induced thermogenesis collectively contribute 75% of energy expenditure that is largely based on carbohydrate rather than fat metabolism.

Conversely, physical activity, whether active (planned) or spontaneous (non-exercise activity thermogenesis), predominately utilizes fatty acids as sources of energy expenditure.

Such enhanced fat-derived thermogenesis most optimally results in weight loss to achieve maintenance of balanced energy homeostasis.

While decreased energy expenditure of 100-200 Kcal/day from sedentary activities can cause weight gain, unplanned spontaneous physical activity expenditure of 100-800 Kcal/day from routine activities such as walking and fidgeting is sufficient to prevent weight gain.

Furthermore, planned physical activity can be enhanced up to 16-fold, such that additional fat thermogenesis can be optimized.
Such physical activity also achieves adaptive conditioning for more efficient energy utilization and weight loss.

It is, therefore, necessary that children as well as adults embrace all forms of non-exercise and planned active exercise activities to achieve optimal fat thermogenesis for optimal energy homeostasis including weight loss for either the overweight or obese.

Such lifestyles need to be promoted through educational, environmental, and legislative changes that optimize healthy nutrition and physical activity.

I'll stick to burning my calorie off in ways that don't make me hungry, increase my appetite and make me eat more.
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It is best way to burn your calorise in exercise and stay
fit in ideal weight. if you burn your daily intake
calorise you will always stay fit.
The more exercise you do the hungrier you become so you eat more.
People who are disabled should be aware that unplanned spontaneous physical activity expenditure of 100-800 Kcal/day from routine activities such as walking and fidgeting is sufficient to prevent weight gain Exercise is good and everyone should try to get out into the sunshine regularly not only to get vitamin D in summer but also the bright light resets circadian rhythm and that affects melatonin secretion that also impacts on the calories you burn while asleep.
But the idea that most people exercising indoors on a treadmill actually burn off sufficient calories to lose weight simply doesn't work out in practice. Sure some exercise programs may achieve this but in practice most people who join a gym finds it doesn't work out in practice and give up within six months.

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Actually, what works is the set point theory, which I say is a fact. Your body has a weight it wants to be at. If you do aerobic exercise 45 minutes a day 5 days a week, your body will lower its set point weight (after 2 months).
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Unless you workout several hours per week, calories burned during regular exercise is trivial. Lets face it, you would have to walk on a tredmill for half an hour to burn off the calories from one cookie.

The real benefit from exercise comes from increasing the pulse rate. This increases blood flow, which speeds up oxygenation, and this speeds up the detox process.

Exercise improves skeletal muscle insulin sensitivity.

Exercise reduces stress, thus reduces release of cortisol

Exercise makes the TCA cycle (liver) run faster, causing fructose to burn off before it can be stored as fat.
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