›› More information from the unit converter – How many kg in 1 calories? The answer is 0.00012959782. We assume you are converting between kilogram and calorie, You can view more details on each measurement unit: kg or calories The SI base unit for mass is the kilogram.1 kilogram is equal to 7716.1791764707 calories.

Did you know 1kg of fat is equal to 7,700 calories? That means in order to lose 1kg of fat, you’d need to burn 7,700 calories. And if you’re setting out to ‘burn off’ your calories? Or using exercise as the ONLY way to drop fat without focusing on your calorie intake? In this article I’ll share with you how to lose 1 kg of fat.

- You’re fighting a losing battle.
- Here’s what losing 1kg of fat looks like through exercise We’ll use the ‘average’ person here to keep it simple.60 mins of running on the treadmill set at 10km an hour = 500 calories ( again, this is an estimate of the average person ).
- That means you’d need to run approximately 15.2 hours to burn 7,700 calories.

And that’s assuming you didn’t eat anything. (Because you’d need to add back those calories). Which is stupid right? That’s to lose just 1 KILO of FAT. Ridiculous. Here’s another example.45 minute spin class = 440 calories ( estimate of average person ).

- That means you’d need to do around 17.5 x 45 minute spin classes per WEEK if you want to lose 1kg of fat.
- Again, ridiculous.
- Especially if you don’t focus on your food intake.
- Trying to lose 1kg of fat through exercise alone is pretty much a lose/lose battle.
- It needs to be a combination of exercise and controlled calorie intake for overall health and well-being.

Exercise is only one ingredient of a large recipe. You can’t make cupcakes (fat loss) with flour (exercise) alone can you? Nope. Now here’s how you can make losing 1kg a little easier. If you want to lose 1kg per week? You’d need to be in a calorie deficit of 1,100 calories per DAY for 7 x days.

7,700 calorie weekly deficit) That’s pretty hardcore. It means if you’re currently consuming 2,000 calories per day, and you’re currently burning 2,000 calories per day (in other words, maintaining your weight), you’d need to consume 900 calories per day, for the next 7 days. Whilst keeping your ‘expenditure’ the same.

Just to lose 1kg of fat. Yeah, good luck with that. (Please don’t try it, because that’s just silly and unsustainable). Here’s how to lose 1kg of fat SUSTAINABLY without using a calorie calculator or formula

- Step on the scales (optional) and take your measurements (chest/waist/hips).
- Keep a food diary for a week (MyFitnessPal or on a piece of paper).
- Take your measurements a week later on the SAME day and time.
- Was there a change? If YES – keep doing what you’re doing. If NO – drop your calories by 200-500 per DAY (depending on speed of results).
- Rinse and repeat.

It really is that simple. And you haven’t even flogged yourself on a treadmill. Or a spin class. Why does this approach work? Because you simply become AWARE of your overall calorie intake. When you focus on measuring calories coming IN. The rest will take care of itself. Why? Because you consume calories longer than you exercise. Think about it. You eat for a period of say 13 hours? (Assuming you have your first meal at 7am and your last at 8pm). And you exercise for approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour a day. Big difference. Anywhoo, Want to know the BEST form of exercise to burn the MOST amount of calories in the LEAST amount of time? ——> Weight training. You’ll burn a shyte load of calories during AND afterwards too. I’m not even kidding when I say this, If you weight train, you can literally sit on the couch, watch Netflix AND burn extra calories. There’s your win/win right there ;). Take away points:

- 1kg of fat is 7,700 calories.
- To lose 1kg of fat, you need to be in a calorie deficit of 7,700 calories.
- ^ Don’t try and achieve this through exercise.
- Focus on the calories you eat and drink by keeping a food diary.
- What gets measured, gets managed.
- Lift weights.

If all this sounds too confusing – don’t know how to lift weights, don’t know how to track food, don’t know what you should eat, just down right frustrated and you want a coach to take care of it all for you so you don’t have to waste time trying to figure it all out but get the results you want? Hit the ‘book now’ button below.

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### How many calories in 1 kilogram?

›› More information from the unit converter – How many kg in 1 calories? The answer is 0.00012959782. We assume you are converting between kilogram and calorie, You can view more details on each measurement unit: kg or calories The SI base unit for mass is the kilogram.1 kilogram is equal to 7716.1791764707 calories.

### What is the mass of 1 calorie [burned] in kg?

›› More information from the unit converter – How many calorie in 1 kilograms? The answer is 7716.1791764707. We assume you are converting between calorie and kilogram, You can view more details on each measurement unit: calorie or kilograms The SI base unit for mass is the kilogram.1 calorie is equal to 0.00012959782 kilogram.

#### How many calories does it take to gain 1 kg?

When you do the opposite of this, you gain weight. Since you need and excess of 3500 calories to increase (or decrese) 1 pound of fat, and since 1 Kg is equal to 2.20462 lbs according to Goole :), you need to consume 7716.17 calories to increase your weight by 1 Kg. Thanks a lot Craig Good for c

#### How do you calculate calories per kg to lose weight?

Calculating RMR to Estimate Calories – For a more individualized estimate of your calorie needs per kilogram, you can calculate your resting metabolic rate, or RMR, and multiply it by the appropriate activity factor. For men, RMR equals 88.362 + (4.799 x your height in centimeters) + (13.397 x your weight in kilograms) – (5.677 x your age).

- For women, it is 447.593 + (3.098 x your height in centimeters) + (9.247 x your weight in kilograms) – (4.33 x your age).
- Next, multiply this number by activity factor.
- This is 1.2 for sedentary people, 1.375 for people who participate in light activity and 1.55 for those who are moderately active.
- People who are very active should multiply their RMR by 1.75, and those who have physical jobs as well as being very active should use 1.9.

You can divide the result by your weight in kilograms to get the number of calories per kilogram you should consume to maintain your current weight.