There are three recreational trails in the park, which are suitable for both professional athletes and recreation enthusiasts with different physical fitness. The difficulty of tracks vary from the easiest to the more difficult ones. With the calculator, see below, you can calculate how many calories you have burnt while exercising. During running or walking, you can also test your endurance and strength at the specially marked points. Thus, you will find out how healthy your skeletal - muscular and cardiovascular systems are.
Calculate the energy – in kilocalories (kCal) – you used
Using the calculator, you can easily calculate the energy – in kilocalories (kCal) – you used when walking or running on the three recreational paths. Thus, you can plan your workout routine and choose the right diet to achieve your goals.
Enter your body weight in kilograms (ex. 68,8), activity time in minutes and seconds (ex. 45 minutes and 16 seconds). Then select the trail on which you were practicing and click on the calculation button.
The calculation of kCal is based on results obtained during field measurements of study participant aged 18 to 60 years. If you have run or walked the trails several times, calculate the kCal for only one trail. We advise you to walk instead of run on some sections of the trails.
Kilocalories (kCal) spent during run
Kilocalories (kCal) spent during walk
After 5–10 minutes of activity, you should perform the warming up and running-strength training exercises. See below.
Improve your workout safety by paying attention to your breathing and correct body posture. Stop the physical activity when you experience mild or moderate fatigue. Beginners will experience it earlier, of course. By regular exercise, your physical strength will increase and the number of repetitions and the duration of the entire exercise will increase too.
Carry out the exercises in the appropriate order, paying attention not to work the same muscle group every day.