Sustainable Cardio: Treadmill walking incline vs running, sprinting

November 28, 2017

 3mph @ 0% incline = 88 Kcal/hr (3.3 Mets)

5mph @ 0% incline = 233 Kcal/hr (8.7 Mets)

3mph @ 9% incline = 189 Kcal/hr (7 Mets)

3mph @ 12% incline = 223 Kcal/hr (8.3 Mets)

8mph @ 0% incline = 357 Kcal/hr (13.3 Mets)

3mph @ 21% incline = 323 Kcal/hr (12 Mets)

10mph @ 0% incline = 440 Kcal/hr (16.3 Mets)

3mph @ 30% incline = 424 Kcal/hr (15.7 Mets)

http://www.exrx.net/Calculators/WalkRunMETs.html

 

METs stands for Metabolic Equivalent. MET (metabolic equivalent) is a term used to represent the intensity of exercise. You may have seen METs on the display panel of a treadmill, elliptical, or stationary bike. In general: 1 MET stands for the amount of oxygen you consume and the number of calories you burn at rest.  google.com

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