caloric expenditure

caloric expenditure

, calorie expenditure
The number of kilocalories used during an activity or during a specific length of time. It increases with the difficulty of the activity (how many muscles are used and how hard they work) and with the duration of the activity.
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The results of another meta-analysis suggests the increase in caloric expenditure is equal to about 100 calories over a 24-hour period.
Binns said that her team looked at the effects of protein consumption alone on total energy expenditure and protein consumption combined with exercise, and found that with exercise, there is a trend for a continued increase in caloric expenditure with higher protein consumption.
It ensures the upper and lower limbs act in coordination for maximum caloric expenditure.
The purpose of this study was to use the Report Card as a guide to quantify and compare: 1) the number of calories an average Canadian school-aged child (6-11 years of age) expends to meet the Report Card benchmarks for active play and the organized forms of PA, and 2) the expected increase in caloric expenditure when averaged across the entire school-aged population should the proportion meeting the benchmarks increase.
Additionally, the multiple rounds of exercise were well tolerated by subjects and resulted in an increase in caloric expenditure beyond what would normally be seen if only 4 minutes of exercise was completed.
The Minnesota Leisure Time Physical Activity Questionnaire was used to assess caloric expenditure during 15 different aerobic activities: swimming, hiking, aerobics, jogging, tennis, racquetball, walking, gardening, mowing, raking, golfing, bicycling, dancing, calisthenics, and riding an exercise bike.
Difference in caloric expenditure in sitting versus standing desks.
But it might increase caloric expenditure a bit more than a traditional sedentary video game, and if you do that on a daily basis that could have a cumulative effect that might be beneficial.
Consequently, if I choose to run five miles a day, my caloric expenditure will permit ingestion of far more calories than if I were totally sedentary.
As a result, individuals would be able to walk on a regular basis, increase caloric expenditure, and stimulate muscle building and neural conditioning as a component of a weight management program.
The participants wore accelerometers on their wrists during the games, and the researchers calculated caloric expenditure from the readings.
Purpose/Hypothesis: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of horseback riding on the heart rate (HR), blood pressure (BP), rating of perceived exertion (RPE), and caloric expenditure of normal healthy children.