How Many Calories Do 100 Squats Burn?

How Many Calories Do 100 Squats Burn

A squat is a great bodyweight exercise that gives you a full leg and back workout. It’s a simple exercise you can do alone in the comfort of your home, or in a group setting at a gym. As a squat is such a popular exercise many people wonder how many calories squats actually burn.

An average person, weighing 137 pounds, burns 0.24 calories per squat, which means that 100 squats will burn approximately 24 calories.

How Many Calories Do Squats Burn Per Minute?

An average person burns 0.24 calories per squat and the average person can do 25 squats per minute, which means an average person burns 6 calories per minute doing squats.

How Many Calories Do Squats Burn Per Hour?

An average person burns 0.24 calories per squat and the average person can do 1500 squats per hour, which means an average person burns 360 calories per hour doing squats.

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How Many Calories Do Squats Burn for The Average American?

Our earlier calculations assume that the average person weighs 137 pounds, which is the average weight of an adult internationally. The average weight of an American citizen however is 181 pounds.

The average American citizen, weighing 181 pounds, will burn 0.33 calories per squat. Assuming that person can do 25 squats per minute, that person will burn 8 calories per minute and 500 calories per hour.

*Note: These are all estimations and will differ per person.

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This article was last updated on August 4, 2021 .

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