Swimming is one of the best aerobic exercises and a great choice as an activity when trying to burn calories and keep fit. How many calories a person consumes depends on a person’s body weight, metabolism, and swimming class.
Space of time
Make freestyle long in the pool burning anywhere from 450 to 700 calories per hour. Accelerate the pace and burn 150 calories more than that.
The immensity of the butterfly style requires a complete corporal work. This swim stroke will give you the highest calorie burn of all strokes at 650 to 950 calories per hour.
Swimming can save a life, as well as calories. Depending on the speed at the time of plying the water, this style of swimming can burn between 200 and 900 calories in 60 minutes.
Similar swimming strokes have no effect on the amount of calories burned per hour. Swimming on the side, back, recreational swimming and even synchronized swimming all burn about 450 to 700 calories.
Where you swim and what type of water there is affects the intensity of the training. Swimming in calm water burns fewer calories than swimming upstream or in the sea with waves.
Using diving equipment or specific equipment for deep water adds weight to the person and increases the burning of calories.