How Many Calories Does Dancing Burn?

Dancing is a great way to burn calories. No matter what style you choose, it is a fun way to exercise and also lose weight. From Zumba to ballet, we’ll cover how many calories you can burn dancing.

The number of calories that you burn can vary from 15 for a song to over 500 for an intense hour of dance. More intense forms of dancing, such as ballet, Zumba and hip-hop will naturally burn more.

Dancing can be much more satisfying if you can calculate how many calories you burn from it. This can also help you make better choices with your diet as a dancer. Have a look at how we’ve calculated the calories burned for different types of dancing.

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It’s quite difficult to calculate the calories burned dancing because there are so many factors that can affect it. For example, your weight, style of dance, duration and even factors such as room temperature and clothes you’re wearing could influence the amount you burn. For this article, we’ve used Harvard Medical School’s chart for calories burned during different activities over 30 minutes. We’ve only used it as a guide so this is by no means exact.

The chart breaks down three different weight categories and three different dance intensities. The weight categories are 125 pounds, 155 pounds and 188 pounds. The dance categories are broken down into slow (waltz, foxtrot), medium (disco, ballroom, square) and fast (ballet, twist).

We’ve attributed styles that aren’t covered here to respective categories. For example, a Kpop dance will involve periods of singing and dancing, which will typically be slow. However, choruses tend to be up-tempo and fast so we’ve broken the songs down appropriately. We’ve also put a lower and higher range for each dance based on the weight categories.

How many calories do you burn dancing for 10-15 minutes?

Dancing for 30 minutes can burn between 90 calories to over 260 calories. It varies so much because it depends on your current weight and the intensity of your dancing.

Calories burned dancing for 1 hour

Dancing for an hour will burn slightly more than double the above. The longer you dance for, the more energy you have to exert to sustain it. So dancing for an hour could burn between 200 calories and 525 calories.

Calories burned dancing Zumba

Zumba classes typically last for around an hour and can be quite intense. We estimate that you can burn between 300-550 calories in a single Zumba class, depending on your weight.

How many calories does Kpop dancing burn?

Again, this depends on the intensity of the dancing. However, Kpop dancing can be quite upbeat so we are going to use Boy With Luv by BTS as an example.

The chorus is around 35 seconds long and has the most intense dance routines. We hear the chorus three times so we this is 1 minute and 45 seconds of intense dancing. The rest of the song has just over 2 minutes of low-intensity dancing. Overall, Kpop dancing, like dancing to Boy With Luv by BTS, could burn between 15 calories to 25 calories per Kpop song.

Calories burned dancing around your room

The calories burned dancing around your room will vary a lot depending on the size of your room and the music you’re dancing to. It will be harder to dance as hard as you would in a proper studio so don’t expect as much as a Zumba class. IT’s more realistic to use the Kpop number as a reference. Therefore, dancing around your room for 30 minutes could burn between 150 to 250 calories.

A good way to burn calories is to dance as hard as possible for a ten to fifteen-minute period. For ten to fifteen minutes of intense dancing, you could burn up to 130 calories.

Calories burned hip-hop dancing

Hip-hop dancing tends to be quite fast and upbeat so you can expect to burn more than you would for a Kpop song. We believe you may end up burning between 20 and 30 calories for a hip-hop song over 3 minutes long.

How many calories does ballet burn?

Ballet may seem very elegant and graceful but it requires exceptional technique and foot strength. This may not appear as intensive as fast dancing like Zumba but it still burns plenty of calories. Expect to burn between 360 calories to 450 calories per hour.

Calories burned pole dancing

Pole dancing can be a blend of resistance and cardio training. As a result, the calories you burn will vary depending on the type of class you take. Regardless, you’re going to get a great core workout and burn some calories. You’re going to burn fewer calories for an hour of pole dancing than you would for an hour of Zumba. Overall, we expect you to burn around 250 calories to 450, depending on whether your class is more resistance or cardio orientated.

Calories burned belly dancing

Belly dancing might not be as energetic as other forms of dance, such as hip-hop or Zumba. However, it is very focused around your core and legs so it can be great for those looking to lose weight around their stomach. Expect around 275 calories to 400 calories.

Let us know in the comments what style of dancing to you do to burn calories.

How are calories burned from dancing calculated?

To find the number of calories burned:

  1. Find the MET value of the task.
  2. Calculate the number of calories burned per minute. (MET x body weight in kg x 3.5) / 200.
  3. Multiply the calories burned per minute by the number of minutes of activity.

Example

A person weighs 160 pounds and tap dances (a task that has a MET value of 4.8) for 1 hour and 20 minutes.
How many calories have they burned in this time?
160 pounds = 72.73kg
1 hour and 20 minutes = 80 minutes
Calories Burned from tap dancing (per minute) = (4.8 x 72.73 x 3.5) / 200 = 6.11
Calories Burned from tap dancing (for 80 minutes) = 6.11 x 80 = 489

What is Metabolic Equivalent of Task (MET)?

A metabolic equivalent (MET) value is a measurement of the energy cost of a specific physical activity for a specific period of time.

A MET of 1 would be roughly equivalent to a person’s energy expenditure from sitting still in a temperature neutral (room temperature) room and not actively digesting food.

An activity with a MET of 2 would have a person using about twice the amount of energy that they would be using in a task with a MET of 1 over the same amount of time, while an activity with a MET of 10 would have a person using about 10 times the amount of energy that they would be using with a MET of 1 over the same amount of time.

It should be noted that the MET approach was designed to build a classification system of different activities for research purposes – MET values “do not estimate the energy cost of physical activity in individuals in ways that account for differences in body mass, adiposity, age, sex, efficiency of movement, geographic and environmental conditions in which the activities are performed. Thus, individual differences in energy expenditure for the same activity can be large and the true energy cost for an individual may or may not be close to the stated mean MET level as presented in the Compendium.” (as quoted from the main page of the Compendium of Physical Activities).

Sources and External Resources

  • Ainsworth BE, Haskell WL, Herrmann SD, Meckes N, Bassett Jr DR, Tudor-Locke C, Greer JL, Vezina J, Whitt-Glover MC, Leon AS. The Compendium of Physical Activities Tracking Guide. Healthy Lifestyles Research Center, College of Nursing & Health Innovation, Arizona State University. Retrieved May 11, 2015, from the World Wide Web.
  • Arizona State University Healthy Lifestyles Research Center – Compendium of Physical Activities – Walking
  • Wikipedia – Metabolic Equivalent
  • Wikipedia – Dancing
  • Better Health Channel – Dance – health benefits
  • Berkeley Wellness – The Many Health Benefits of Dancing
  • Stanford Dance – Richard Powers – Use It Or Lose It: Dancing Makes You Smarter
  • Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 2009, Keogh et al – Physical Benefits of Dancing for Healthy Older Adults
  • AARP – Let’s Dance to Health
  • Psychology Today – Christopher Bergland – Why is dancing so good for your brain?

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Like it or not, running makes for a really great cardio workout: Maintain a six-mile per hour pace, and you’ll burn upwards of 557* calories in one hour! And even if running that fast for that long** seems like a bit of a stretch, you can still burn an impressive 398 calories per hour by jogging.

What’s that? You loathe any sport that involves putting one foot in front of the other in quick succession? Don’t sweat it. There are plenty of other activities that just as effective in the calorie-burning department — and markedly less torturous:

1. Cycling: Pedaling on a stationary bike can burn just as many calories as jogging (398 calories) — even though you get to sit down while you do it. Dust off your old mountain bike or take a vigorous indoor cycling class, and you’ll incinerate even more calories: Both burn about 483 per hour, depending on your speed and resistance.

2. Jet Skiing: You’ll never guess how many calories you burn just by driving a jet ski: 398 in an hour! (For the record, that’s 86 more calories than you’d burn horseback riding, which is sorta, kinda similar.) Experts say the water sport engages your core, quads, hamstrings, and upper body because it requires constant balance and effort to keep your body upright.

3. Walking Uphill With a Load: Turns out there is a benefit to schlepping around tons of stuff. Add about 10 pounds to your backpack (a few books or beverages should do the trick), and head for high altitude (like that great boutique at the top of the hill). You’ll burn about 415 calories per hour at a regular walking pace (usually about four miles per hour) — that’s 57 more than you’d burn on a standard stroll without the baggage.

4. In-Line Skating: Granted, it’s like running on wheels. But even if rollerblading didn’t burn 426 calories per hour, it’d still be more fun than jogging. Whee!

5. Dancing: Aerobic dance can burn upwards of 443 calories per hour. And yes, sweaty Saturday-night dance parties totally count.

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6. Rock Climbing: You’ll burn about 454 calories per hour on your way up and 284 per hour on your way down.

7. Jumping Rope: Your favorite childhood playground game is actually an incredible workout. Depending on your pace and intensity, it can burn about 670 calories an hour. Shoot for at least 100 skips per minute to get the most bang for your bounce.

8. Rowing: While rowing may sound like a low-key, sit-on-your-butt-while-you-sweat kind of sport, it’s actually enormously effective. Because you actually row with your arms and your legs, it seriously puts your body through the wringer, burning about 682 calories in a 60-minute, high-intensity session.

9. Boxing: Boxing doesn’t just look fierce — it delivers. Get your gloves in the ring to burn about 727 calories in an hour. (Or, try a less-intimidating kickboxing class to burn 585 calories in a 60-minute session.)

10. Swimming: You can’t lose with breaststroke (585 calories per hour), backstroke (540 calories per hour), or butterfly (784 calories per hour) at a moderate to vigorous pace.

11. Running Up Stairs: OK, OK, so this one’s technically just as painful as actually running. But it can be more practical than running nowhere, especially for people who live in walk-up apartments. And it helps that scaling steps can burn almost 300 more calories than running on flat ground. That’s 852 calories per hour and completely worth the trip.

*All estimates are based on one hour of activity for a 125-pound person, as per the 2011 Compendium of Physical Activities published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, and calorie calculations based on that research. If you weight more than 125, you’ll burn slightly more calories from these activities. If you weigh less, you burn slightly fewer calories.

**If you only sweat for 30 minutes, just halve the calorie counts listed above to find out approximately how many calories you’ve burned.

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If you’re a loyal reader of Women’s Health, you’ll know that we always champion working towards non-aesthetic focussed goals (think mastering a new skill or increasing strength, and the like).

But, let’s face it, sometimes you just want to torch a few calories, and what better way than in a room full of sweaty, likeminded souls?

That in mind, we’ve pulled together a list of fitness classes that burn the most calories. Well, classes that have the potential to burn the most calories. You can thank us later.

But before you scroll straight to the biggest blitzer, bear in mind that the rate at which calories burn differs from person to person. So, for example, a spin class that sees you blaze through 500 calories might see a friend scorch 600.

Unfair, we know.

Why? It’s down to a number of factors, including body weight, metabolic rate, genetics and – not to forget – effort.

What, you thought just because you signed up for a class that promises you’ll torch 1k calories means you automatically will?

Sorry to burst your bubble, but in order to burn those calories, girl gotta work. And hard.

THE 9 FITNESS CLASSES THAT BURN THE MOST CALORIES

(PLUS A FEW OTHER FAVOURITES)

1. HIIT: Up to 900 calories per hour

A study by the Human Performance Laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse revealed that, on average, a HIIT workout featuring exercises such as squats, burpees and lunges with short recovery periods between each set could burn around 15 calories per minute. Score.

2. Boxing: Up to 800 calories per hour

Research by Forza suggests that boxing burns more calories than any other sport, offering an 11st (or 70kg) indiviudal the potential to burn up to 800 calories in a 60 minute class.

3. Crossfit: Up to 780 per hour

A study by scientists at Kennesaw State University revealed that a CrossFit session consisting of pull-ups, push-ups and squats could blaze 13 calories per minute – and that’s without adding weights into the mix. Though, it’s worth remembering that the number may be higher or lower depending on body weight and effort.

4. Spinning: Up to 634 calories per hour

According to the calc on the Calories Burned HQ , a one-hour class cycling at mid intensity (aka, you’re still able to have a chat) could see someone weighing 70kg torch more than 600 calories. It won’t be a walk in the park, mind.

5. Run club: Up to 606 calories per hour

A moderate run of 5 mph could burn 606 calories per hour (for an individual weighing 73kg), according to research by The Mayo Clinic, while a faster pace could scorch more still.

6. Rock climbing: Up to 584 calories per hour

Tempted to try the trendiest activity of late (aka, rock climbing or bouldering)? The Mayo Clinic found that 60 minutes of navigating uneven walls could burn some serious cals. Almost 600 for someone weighing 73kg, in fact.

7. Circuit training: Up to 547 calories per hour

SparkPeople’s calculator predicts that someone weighing 11 stone could burn upwards of 500 calories during 60 minutes of circuit or boot camp-style training (though it largely depends on the type of exercises), plus more after you’ve finished your workout, thanks to excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC), which helps you burn calories fast.

8. Barre: Up to 415 calories per hour

Health Status’ calorie calculator estimates that 60 minutes of ballet-style movements, including pliés and pulsing, burns upwards of 400 cals for a 5’5” female weighing 11st. But be warned: Expect to leave with legs like jelly.

9. Power yoga: Up to 292 calories per hour

Drawing on research published by the National Institutes of Health, The Mayo Clinic shared that Hatha yoga (which tends to be quite gentle) burns around 228 calories per hour (for a person weighing 73kg), while power yoga, which is more vigorous, torches more.

Keen to get cracking? Here are the best boxing classes in the UK.

Just a few short years ago, I was struggling quite a bit with body-positivity and trying to be healthy. I had just come off of losing a bunch of weight and slowly regaining most of it and was trying to figure out a balance. After figuring out what I should eat and what I should steer clear of, I knew the next step was being active. That’s when I stumbled across U-Jam.

When I was in high school, I was really active. I was a cheerleader year round, and when I wasn’t on the football field or the basketball court, I was in the weight room or on a gymnastics floor. I loved to do any form of dance cardio because I was able to work up a sweat without feeling like I was torturing myself with working out. Fast-forward to life after college and settling into my full-time job and I knew to be active I needed to find something I enjoyed.

I spent a lot of time looking around in the Bay Area for a dance class that was fun, affordable, and inclusive. While I know I’m pretty good at picking up choreography, I still can be shy while I’m learning. I found several hip-hop classes at small studios, but the prices kept me away. The day I discovered that U-Jam was offered at my 24 Hour Fitness (where I was already a member) was the day that changed everything.

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U-Jam is a dance fitness class using urban music where every class feels like a party. I liken it to Zumba but with hip-hop music rather than salsa or samba styles. Each hour-long class is comprised of a warmup song with stretches, several songs of intense choreography, and a cooldown with more stretches. When I went to my first class, I didn’t know what to expect or whether or not I would like it, but I left feeling rejuvenated and exhausted in the best way.

I added U-Jam to my weekly workout routine, usually going to two to three classes per week at various 24 Hour Fitness locations. I found myself shedding the few pounds I wanted to lose and looking forward to class each time. But U-Jam was more for me than just a workout class. Yes, it did help me get my cardio in, but it built my inner strength by taking me back to the type of workout that I loved and felt confident in. Once I got a handle on the choreography, I didn’t hesitate to take the front row in the group exercise room to help the instructor lead the class. I felt strong and I felt confident, all while working up a crazy-intense sweat in a room full of people who just wanted to have fun and dance.

U-Jam hasn’t quite made it all over the country yet, but it’s getting there. If you live in California, you probably have the largest number of options for classes to check out, and I can’t recommend them enough. If you’re elsewhere in the country, you can check out U-Jam’s website to see where you can find them. The classes will help you burn hundreds of calories and give you the most fun-loving exercise community you can imagine.

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Working out to ”Sweatin’ to the Oldies”

Working out to ”Sweatin’ to the Oldies”

How many (guesstimated) calories can you burn working out to Richard Simmons’ rereleased DVD Sweatin’ to the Oldies? Let’s find out!

80 Calories burned following a young Simmons on the 20th Anniversary Edition of the high-school-prom-themed Sweatin’ to the Oldies, as he animatedly leads a moderately energetic 45-minute workout to such pop classics as ”Peggy Sue,” ”It’s My Party,” and ”Beyond the Sea.”

10,000 Calories burned by ”Beyond the Sea” crooner Bobby Darin rolling in his grave.

25 Calories burned shuddering at Simmons’ trademark skimpy tank top and all-too-short shorts.

10 Calories burned vainly hoping that the band providing the music will break into something by Napalm Death.

.7 Calories burned wondering if Simmons’ decision to dance ”the twist” to ”Great Balls of Fire” and not to ”The Twist” is connected to the latter having been performed by CHUBBY Checker.

30 Calories burned feeling remorseful about above snarkiness when Simmons heartbreakingly reveals in a recent bonus interview how, as an overweight, guilt-stricken child, he would eat a pound of baloney while crying his eyes out.

870 Calories gained consuming a Simmons-inspired baloney sandwich.

  • By Clark Collis

Calories Burned During “Sweating to the Oldies”

Fitness aficionado Richard Simmons says his “Sweatin’ to the Oldie’s” workout will get your “heart-pumpin’ ” and “fat burnin’.” The 55-minute dance-aerobic workout can be performed at a pace you are comfortably with, Simmons says. The faster you move, the more calories you will burn. Exercising to songs such as “Hit the Road Jack” and “Ain’t to Proud to Beg” may inspire you to build and maintain a swift pace.

Calories and Pacing

Calories burned during “Sweatin’ to the Oldies” will vary depending on your body size and workout pace. For example, a 125-pound person dancing at a fast clip would burn about 420 calories an hour, while a 185-pound person would burn 622 at the same intensity and length of time, according to Harvard Health Publications 1. Low-impact or slower-pace dancing would use 410 calories an hour in someone weighing 155 pounds but only 330 calories in a125-pound person.

Recommendations

Wear shoes that are well-cushioned with soles that permit easy twisting and turning before you hit the “dance floor.” Proper cushioning will absorb shock and pressure for the impact sustained during aerobic dancing. Shoes should be in good shape but broken in. Airing out shoes after a workout will lower the risk of developing athlete’s foot and other skin conditions.

Additional Tips

Following a few tips as you sweat to the oldies can make your calorie-burning efforts more enjoyable and help sustain your energy. Keep a water bottle handy as you dance and drink plenty of fluids before after your workout. Warm up by stretching your body and walking in place for five or 10 minutes before you begin.

Considerations

Aerobic exercises such as dancing can help build strength and stamina while lowering your risk of heart disease, stroke and certain cancers. High-impact dance aerobics should be performed no more often than every other day and less frequently if you are overweight, out-of-shape or elderly, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Talk to your doctor before beginning a new exercise program, particularly if you have high blood pressure, diabetes or heart problems.

How Many Calories Does a Dance Fitness Class Really Burn?

From Jazzercise™ to Richard Simmons’ Sweatin’ to the Oldies, dance-based fitness has been around for decades, and the party-like atmosphere it’s known to provide continues to be seen in popular present-day classes like Zumba™, Doonya™, and, recently, QiDance™.

Formerly known as Batuka™, QiDance blends everything from hip-hop to Bollywood into one energizing class set to pump-you-up music. Fun, sure, but can you really get a better body just by busting a move?

The American Council on Exercise (ACE®) turned to John Pocari, Ph.D., and Megan Buermann, researchers from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse’s department of exercise and sports science to evaluate the fitness benefits and the calorie-burning potential of a QiDance™ sesh.

The ACE-sponsored study was designed to determine the average exercise intensity and energy expenditure during a typical class. Twenty healthy, fit females ranging in age from 18 to 25-all of whom had taken dance-based fitness classes before-received a QiDance™ DVD to practice the routine at least three times before the actual group testing session: a 52-minute session lead by a certified QiDance™ instructor.

Turns out that the women burned an average 8.3 calories each minute of class-that’s 430 calories in less than an hour!-making it an effective total-body workout that falls within the established guidelines for improving cardiorespiratory fitness. In fact, QiDance™ on average burns more calories per minute than other popular group fitness classes, such as traditional cardio kickboxing and step aerobics.

RELATED: Professional dancers have enviable, lean, toned bodies. Learn how the world-famous Alvin Ailey dancers stay in shape.

Aside from the calorie burning potential, the fun factor of this class format is not to be overlooked, as the dynamic choreography from a variety of different dance genres set to original upbeat music from QiDance™ creator Kike Santander may be key elements that help people to stick with their commitment to physical activity for the long haul.

I personally had the pleasure of teaching a few of these energizing dance moves alongside Entertainment Tonight’s Nancy O’Dell at Hershey’s Moderation Nation campaign launch in Hershey, PA. The excitement and fun that QiDance™ brings is something I can attest to from own experience, and let’s be honest-who doesn’t want to have fun while getting fit?

To learn more about the benefits of QiDance™ and other popular group fitness formats, check out ACE’s research studies!

Photo: ACE

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  • By Jessica Matthews

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