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How many calories do you burn on a treadmill?

How many calories do you burn on a treadmill?

How many calories do you burn on a treadmill?

One thing we know for sure at Fitness Warehouse is that having fitness equipment at home breaks down a lot of the barriers people have when it comes to their own health and fitness. We've had countless conversations on the shop floor about how empowering it is to workout on your own terms.

5 benefits of having a gym at home

1). You can start at your level of fitness.
2). It's available 24/7, 365 days a year, whenever you have a spare 5 or 10 minutes.
3). Brilliant for de-stressing after work or when the kids are finally in bed.
4). Burn calories during your favourite TV show.
5). The gym can be confronting for many people, at home, workout when you want, wearing what you want. 

Burn calories your way

When it comes to treadmills there's a variety of ways to workout, this allows you to set the pace targeted to your level of fitness. Whether you're walking, jogging or running you can burn a lot of calories in a short period of time. As you work toward your weight loss goals, your weight and the treadmill's speed will determine how many calories you burn in each session. In addition to that, you can add incline or the interval style training to help gain a bigger bang for your buck. 

How many calories do you burn on a treadmill?

It is important to note that caloric burn is different for different people. Your weight, height and sex all play a role in how many calories you burn during your sessions on a treadmill. Furthermore, your intensity directly affects how many calories you'll burn. For example, running at 10kph burns more calories than walking at 5kph.

So in answer to the question 'How many calories do you burn on a treadmill'? we'll break it down to a 20 minute time frame as a rough guide. Running for 20 minutes at 10kph burns roughly 229 calories, while running at 12kph burns roughly 299 calories on a treadmill.

As mentioned above there's more benefits to owning a treadmill at home than just burning calories. If you're interested in cardio equipment for your home set up browse our wide range of equipment or email your questions to and one of our helpful team members will get back to you. 

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