### Introduction

Welcome to the Walk Calories Calculator! This tool is designed to provide an estimate of the calories burned during your walking exercise. Whether you’re strolling through the park or power walking for exercise, understanding the calories burned can contribute to your fitness goals.

### Formula

The Walk Calories Calculator uses a formula that takes into account your walking pace, exercise duration, and your weight. The formula incorporates a coefficient based on research to estimate the metabolic equivalent of task (MET) value for walking. This MET value is then used to calculate the calories burned.

### How to Use

Using the calculator is simple. Enter your walking pace in minutes per kilometer, the duration of your walk in minutes, and your weight in kilograms. Click the “Calculate” button, and the tool will provide you with an estimate of the calories burned during your walk.

### Example

For example, if you walk at a pace of 10 minutes per kilometer for 30 minutes and weigh 70 kilograms, the Walk Calories Calculator would estimate the calories burned as 0.035 * 10 * 30 * 70 / 2.2 = 450 kcal.

### FAQs

**Q: Can I use this calculator for running or jogging?**- A: No, this calculator is specifically designed for walking. For running or jogging, consider using a running calorie calculator.

**Q: Why is the pace entered in minutes per kilometer?**- A: Minutes per kilometer is a common metric for walking pace and is used to calculate the speed of your walk.

**Q: Does the calculator account for uphill or downhill walking?**- A: No, the calculator assumes a flat terrain. For varying terrains, you may need to adjust your estimated pace.

**Q: Should I include warm-up or cool-down time in the exercise duration?**- A: Include only the active walking duration for a more accurate estimate.

### Conclusion

The Walk Calories Calculator is a useful tool for individuals looking to monitor the calories burned during their walking exercises. While the calculator provides a helpful estimate, individual variations in walking intensity may affect actual calorie burn. Use the calculated value as a reference to support your fitness goals and overall well-being.