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Overweight: 6.9 kg
Calories overweight: 52 031 kcal*

BMI means Body Mass Index and gives an indication if you are overweight, normal weight or underweight. The normal range is between 18.5-25. A value above 25 is defined as overweight, a value above 30 as obesity. Your value on 27.5 suggests that you are overweight and should try to lose weight.

##### How much do you need to train?

One 165 centimeters tall female who is 30 years old and weigh 75 kilos burns approximately 1531 calories at rest per day, which is equivalent 1.06 kcal/min. In addition to this, energy / calories are also burned during exercise. In your case, you burn, for example 5 calories (kcal) extra per minute when walking at a fast pace.

##### Burn 6.9 kg

52,031 kcal corresponds approximately 6.9 kg (calculation: 6.9 * 7500 = 52,031 kcal)

Running, 6 mph (10 min/mile): It takes you 2 days 21 hours and 22 minutes to burn all the extra kilos if you are active non-stop.**

Calories (kcal): 12.5 kcal/min
750 kcal/hour

Running, 5 mph (12 min/miile): It takes you 3 days 14 hours and 43 minutes to burn all the extra kilos if you are active non-stop.**

Calories (kcal): 10 kcal/min
600 kcal/hour

Walking, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface: It takes you 7 days 5 hours and 26 minutes to burn all the extra kilos if you are active non-stop.**

Calories (kcal): 5 kcal/min
300 kcal/hour

Eat less (-500 calories): If you choose to just reduce your daily calorie intake (eat fewer calories), it will take you 15 days to lose 1 kilo fat. This assumes that you are on a daily calorie deficit of 500 calories.

##### Kilos to calories

If you want to lose a kilo in body mass, it corresponds to about 7500 calories.
We know you're burning about 12.5 kcal / min (based on your weight, height and age) when you run. Thanks to this, we can calculate in approximately how long you need to run to burn a kilo of body mass (7500 kcal).
We do not recommend that you train continuously, but it is important that you eat less sugar and divide your training into shorter sessions, for example one hour every day with any activity, otherwise you risk damaging your body.

We want to give you a little aha experience and show what all the goodies/calories you treat yourself converts into pure exercise.

* 1kg equals ~7500 calories (kcal)
** Train responsibly, this information about long uninterrupted training should not be followed but instead divided!