On average, a person will burn 330 calories per hour walking on a treadmill. The number of calories burned on a treadmill will be increased to approximately 690 calories per hour when you run.

A number of factors will affect how many calories are burned. The heavier a person is, the greater number of calories burned. Many treadmills have an ‘incline’ function, which is used to replicate running uphill. The steeper the incline, the greater number of calories burned. You can also choose the pace at which you exercise.

## Calories burned Running on a Treadmill Calculator

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## Calories burned Walking on a Treadmill Calculator

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## How Many Calories Do You Burn Jogging On a Treadmill?

Jogging on a treadmill can burn roughly between 400-700 calories per hour. The number of calories you can burn will depend on the pace at which you jog. Jogging is generally defined as moving at a speed of between 4 and 6 miles per hour. Slower than this and it is considered walking. Faster speeds are considered to be running.

The following information shows some examples for the number of calories burned per hour while jogging on a treadmill. These figures have been based on a person weighing 160 pounds and with a 0% incline on the treadmill. This basically represents jogging on a flat surface.

Jogging 4mph = 467 calories

Jogging 5mph = 584 calories

Jogging 6mph = 700 calories

## How Many Calories Are Burned On a Treadmill For 15 Minutes?

If you spent 15 minutes on a treadmill you can expend anywhere between 80 and 280 calories. It will depend on if you are moving at a walking pace, jogging, or running. The following information shows how many calories you can burn exercising at different paces. It also demonstrates how more calories are burned when the treadmill is on an incline.

3mph = 88 calories (0% incline) 107 calories (5% inline)

4mph = 117 calories (0% incline) 143 calories (5% incline)

5mph = 146 calories (0% incline) 179 calories (5% incline)

6mph = 175 calories (0% incline) 215 calories (5% incline)

7mph = 204 calories (0% incline) 250 calories (5% incline)

8mph = 234 calories (0% incline) 286 calories (5% incline)

## How Many Calories Are Burned On a Treadmill For 30 Minutes?

If you are exercising for 30 minutes on a treadmill, then you can simply double the number of calories burned over 15 minutes. This is provided you can maintain that same pace for the duration of 30 minutes.

Exercising on a treadmill for 30 minutes can burn slightly less calories when compared with walking or running outside. This is due to greater air/wind resistance outside. However, if you only have a very limited amount of time to exercise, such as 30 minutes, then a treadmill in your house may be the easiest and most convenient way for you to burn calories.

## How Accurate Is The Treadmill Calorie Calculator?

The general consensus is that the calorie calculators on treadmills are an accurate way to measure the number of calories you burn. In saying this, there’s many different types and brands of treadmills, so the accuracy of the calculators can vary. Those machines that allow you to input your weight will be more accurate than those that don’t have this function.

Greater accuracy will also be achieved if you don’t use the handrails during your workout. If you’re using a treadmill that doesn’t allow you to input weight, it can still give a reasonable estimation of the calories you are using. It can also be used as a daily comparison tool, to help you check if you are working harder in one session as opposed to another.

## Can I Lose Weight By Using a Treadmill Everyday?

You can certainly lose weight by using a treadmill. Especially if you use it every day. Using a treadmill is a great form of aerobic exercise. By expending just 240 calories while exercising, you can experience a weight loss of just over an ounce. Many people like to include a treadmill workout in their exercise program as it is a simple piece of equipment to use.

It is easy to customize your training program on a treadmill. Many treadmills have an ‘incline’ function, which simulates running uphill. Running on an incline will burn more calories than running on a flat surface, which is indicated by a 0% incline.

One popular method of training is HIIT, high intensity interval training. It’s great for weight loss as it allows people to train for longer periods of time, thereby increasing the number of calories burned on a treadmill. You need to intersperse short intense periods of activity, such as sprinting on the treadmill, with periods of rest, which can include slow walking.

Treadmills are often a great running option for overweight/obese people. The treadmill provides greater absorption than running on an asphalt road. This provides more cushioning and less stress on your joints. You could also hold light hand weights if you wanted to increase the intensity.