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    A Harvard study that breaks down calorie rates for different strength building exercises in different weight groups. It doesn't seem to go by the hour, instead using "session". A half hour of pushups at 185 pounds is about 200 calories. That's a lot of pushups. If you view a session of Bjj as a combo of different things, you can probably calculate the average for yourself. Take your weight, figure out what the different components of your calorie burn are, and add it all up. I tried, and figured on an average session, I could probably pull at least 500+, if I put in a full hour, at my weight. I tend to gas out early and often, which kind of slows things down. There is a single martial arts category of Martial Arts that lists judo, karate, and kickboxing at 300-400 per half hour.

    https://www.health.harvard.edu/diet-and-weight-loss/calories-burned-in-30-minutes-of-leisure-and-routine-activities
    Last edited by MrBeaj; 6/17/2018 10:42pm at .

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