Rowing Calorie Calculator

Introduction: The Rowing Calorie Calculator provides an estimate of the calories burned during a rowing exercise. By considering factors like duration, intensity, and weight, the calculator uses specific formulas for different intensity levels to estimate calories burned.

Formula: The calculator estimates calories burned during rowing based on the selected intensity level:

  • Low Intensity: 4.0×weight×duration (in hours)4.0×weight×duration (in hours)
  • Moderate Intensity: 6.0×weight×duration (in hours)6.0×weight×duration (in hours)
  • High Intensity: 8.0×weight×duration (in hours)8.0×weight×duration (in hours)

How to Use:

  1. Enter the duration of your rowing exercise in minutes.
  2. Select the intensity level from the dropdown (Low/Moderate/High).
  3. Enter your weight in kilograms.
  4. Click the “Calculate” button.
  5. The result will display the estimated calories burned during your rowing exercise.

Example: For a 30-minute rowing exercise at a moderate intensity level and a weight of 70 kg, the calculator estimates the calories burned based on the formula.


  1. Q: How accurate is the Rowing Calorie Calculator? A: It provides estimates; actual calorie burn may vary based on individual factors.
  2. Q: Can I use this calculator for other types of rowing machines? A: The calculator is designed for general rowing exercise; variations may exist between different rowing machines.
  3. Q: What is the difference between low, moderate, and high intensity? A: Intensity levels are subjective. Low is casual rowing, moderate is a steady pace, and high is intense rowing.
  4. Q: Should I consider resistance level on the rowing machine? A: The calculator assumes a general intensity level; adjusting resistance may affect calorie burn.
  5. Q: Can I use this calculator for outdoor rowing? A: Yes, as long as you maintain the specified intensity levels and input accurate duration and weight.

Conclusion: The Rowing Calorie Calculator is a helpful tool for estimating the calories burned during your rowing exercise sessions. Keep in mind that individual variations exist, and the calculator provides estimates based on general formulas.

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