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NHOYLE1 Posts: 351
9/10/12 1:51 P

Damn, so my estimated calorie use this summer was probably a little high. Hmm. thanks for the info!

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9/6/12 11:26 P

What MEOWZY said

--MEOW-- Posts: 3,355
9/6/12 7:30 P

You actually burn more calories when it's cold, but it's a very negligible amount...
The heat doesn't directly affect the amount of calories burnt... but well, you de-hydrate at a faster rate in a hot weather, that makes you feel more tired so yeah... you have to "work harder" to burn the same amount of calories.

Edited by: --MEOW-- at: 9/6/2012 (19:30)
NHOYLE1 Posts: 351
9/6/12 4:21 P

Being that we have just experienced a quite hot summer, I know that my body feels tired much faster when it is a very hot day. Does the body actually burn more calories, in or does it actually hurt my calorie burn by preventing the body from pushing at the same levels?

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