Some organizations, like the Mayo Clinic, publish calorie-burn charts, which show you the calories burned per hour doing a certain exercise. For example, walking at 2 mph burns 183 calories per hour in a 160-lb. person, according to Mayo. Increase your speed to a brisk 3.5 mph and you’ll burn 277 calories per hour.
Online calculators let you input your exact weight, then pick your activity and intensity level to determine your calorie burn.
*Yes, you do. Tennis is an anaerobic sport, and singles creates a higher calorie burn than aerobics—and, a much longer post-workout calorie burn. You alsoget the benefit of the many recovery periods that strengthen your heart, lungs and muscular system each time . . . an important health benefit you don’t get with aerobic exercise.
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