Kilograms to Pounds — kg to lbs conversion

Calories burned per mile when walking

If you’re interested in calorie figures, an average adult man (suggested to be about 200 pounds, or 91kg) will burn about 106 calories walking a mile. For an average adult woman (suggested to be about 170 pounds, or 77kg), the figure will be about 90 calories per mile.

In order to estimate how many calories you burn for each mile of walking, simply multiply your weight in pounds by 0.53 (or kg weight × 1.17).

These figures assume that you’re not carrying extra weight. Walking while weighted is said to burn more calories than walking without weights, for the obvious reason that you’re expending more energy to carry that extra weight.

An average adult male (suggested to be about 200 pounds, or 91kg) will burn around 150 calories per mile when running (unweighted). An average adult female (suggested to be about 170 pounds, or 77kg) might expect to burn around 128 calories.

To calculate an estimate of the number of calories that you burn when running a mile, multiply your weight in pounds by 0.75 (or kg weight × 1.65).

For more information on calories per mile, check out this article from LiveStrong. For now, let’s get back to steps per mile.

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How to manually calculate steps in a mile for your individual stride length

There are a couple of studies of particular note relating to age and stride length. The first was published in 2000 in the Journal of Applied Physiology. In the study, Professor Paul DeVita and his colleague Tibor Hortobagyi set out to examine the joint torques and powers of young and elderly adults walking at the same speed.

They discovered that the older people get, the less they use the muscles in their ankles to make each stride, and the more they use the muscles around their hips. Stride length was found to be 4% shorter in elderly adult walkers compared with young adults.

A follow-up study was carried out by Dr. DeVita in 2016 and published in Medicine {amp}amp; Science in Sports {amp}amp; Exercise. In the study, Dr. DeVita and his team looked to examine the biomechanics of a set of healthy, recreational runners between the ages of 23 and 59 years.

Their research findings suggested that with each passing year, the stride length and speed of a runner decreases by 0.33%. This appears to indicate that by the time a 20-year-old runner reaches the age of 80, their stride length will have decreased by around 20%.

If you’re after an exact answer for the number of steps in a mile or kilometer for your body then try the following (you will need a tape measure or other measuring device):

  1. Take 10 steps (making sure you either run or walk, depending on which stride you want to measure), measure the distance in feet and then divide by 10 to get your average stride length.
  2. There are 5,280 feet in a mile (1609.344 meters) . So, divide 5,280 by your stride length figure to get your number of steps in a mile. If you want the answer in kilometers, divide 3,280 by your stride length figure to get your number of steps in 1 km.

Should you need to convert between feet, inches, centimeters and meters, you can use our handy length and distance calculator.

I hope this article has assisted you in working out how active you currently are. And, just think — the next time someone tells you that you’re only 1 step away from achieving something, you’ll know just how far that is.

For an average person:

  • 1 mile = 2,000 to 2,500 walking steps
  • 1 km = 1,250 to 1,550 walking steps
  • 10,000 steps = 4 to 5 miles

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Running steps in a mile (men and women)

Height 12mins/mile 10mins/mile 8mins/mile 6mins/mile
5 ft 0 inches 1,997 1,710 1,423 1,136
5 ft 1 inches 1,984 1,697 1,409 1,122
5 ft 2 inches 1,970 1,683 1,396 1,109
5 ft 3 inches 1,957 1,670 1,382 1,095
5 ft 4 inches 1,943 1,656 1,369 1,082
5 ft 5 inches 1,930 1,643 1,355 1,068
5 ft 6 inches 1,916 1,629 1,342 1,055
5 ft 7 inches 1,903 1,616 1,328 1,041
5 ft 8 inches 1,889 1,602 1,315 1,028
5 ft 9 inches 1,876 1,589 1,301 1,014
5 ft 10 inches 1,862 1,575 1,288 1,001
5 ft 11 inches 1,849 1,562 1,274 987
6 ft 0 inches 1,835 1,548 1,261 974
6 ft 1 inches 1,822 1,535 1,247 960
6 ft 2 inches 1,808 1,521 1,234 947
6 ft 3 inches 1,795 1,508 1,220 933
6 ft 4 inches 1,781 1,494 1,207 920

It’s worth noting that people who exercise at higher intensities tend to take fewer steps and cover a distance in less time. They also tend to see greater health benefits than those who
exercise at lower intensities.

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It seems that a study is published on almost a weekly basis advising us to get more active and the current guidance suggests that we should be walking at least 10,000 steps per day. Indeed, the NHS (UK) mentions on their website that setting yourself a target of walking 10,000 steps a day is a fun target.

And the intensity of the walk is the key thing here. It goes without saying that a person will expend more energy (burning more calories) walking briskly than taking a gentle stroll.

«Research shows that a total amount of at least 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity, such as brisk walking, consistently reduces the risk of many chronic diseases and other adverse health outcomes»

Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans

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One stone is equal to 6.35029318 kg. To convert kilograms to stones divide your figure by 6.35029318. To convert stones to kilograms multiply your figure by 6.35029318.

One kilogram is equal to 2.2046226218 pounds. To convert kilograms to pounds multiply your kilograms figure by 2.2046226218. To convert pounds to kilograms
divide your pounds figure by 2.2046226218.

If you want to know how many stones and pounds (as a whole, not distinct) there are in X kg try the following:

  1. To begin with, divide your kilograms figure (X) by 6.35029318 to get your full stones value including decimal. The whole number (the value before the decimal point) represents your stones figure (Y).
  2. Take the decimal figure from step 1 and multiply it by 14 to get your pounds figure (Z).
  3. This gives you your answer of X kg = Y st and Z lb. Check this against the converter above.

If you want to know how many kilograms there are in X stone and Y pounds try the following:

  1. One stone is equal to 6.35029318 kg. So, multiply your X stone figure by 6.35029318 to give you the first figure.
  2. One pound is equal to 0.45359237 kg. So, multiply your Y pounds figure by 0.45359237 to give you the second figure.
  3. Add your first figure and second figure together to get your total Z kg. Check this against the converter above.

Stones

Abbreviation/Symbol:

Unit of:

Worldwide use:

  • The stone is also used in horse racing to describe the weight that a horse has to carry (not necessarily just the jockey, this weight can also include penalties and suchlike).
  • The stone is still habitually used to express human bodyweight in some sports in the UK and Ireland, such as boxing and wrestling.
  • A British or Irish person will commonly express their weight in stone and pounds (eg. 12 st 6 lbs) instead of purely in pounds as would be the case in the United States (174 lbs).
  • The stone is now used almost exclusively in the UK and Ireland, as a popular – if informal – way of expressing a person’s weight. The stone has not been officially recognised as a unit of weight in the UK since 1985.

Description:

The stone is a unit of weight in the imperial system used informally in the UK and Ireland, almost exclusively as a measure of body weight. Although sanctioned by the EU for use as a supplementary unit it is essentially obsolete outside the UK and Ireland.

Definition:

A stone is a unit of weight equal to 14 pounds averdupois (or international lbs). By turn, this makes a stone equivalent to 6.35029kg.

Origin:

The name ‘stone’ derives from the practice of using stones as weights, a common practice worldwide for two millennia or more.

The actual unit of the stone was commonly used as a measure of weight for trade purposes across Europe until the 19th century when most countries adopted the metric system, however, the actual weight of the stone varied from country to country, region to region, and even depending on what was being weighed or traded.

In 1389 in England a stone of wool was defined as weighing fourteen pounds, and although a stone of other materials could weigh significantly more or less (in pounds), the stone in general usage became accepted as weighing equal to 14 lbs.

Common references:

  • A 5ft 8in (173cm) tall woman of average build would be expected to weigh between eight and twelve stone.
  • A 6ft 0in (183cm) tall man of average build would normally weigh between ten and thirteen stone.

Multiples:

  • 2 stone = 1 quarter
  • 8 stone = 1 hundredweight
  • 160 stone = 1 long ton

Stones to Kilograms — st to kg conversion

Format
Stones:Pounds:OuncesStones:PoundsDecimalFractions

Accuracy
Select resolution1 significant figure2 significant figures3 significant figures4 significant figures5 significant figures6 significant figures7 significant figures8 significant figures

Note: Fractional results are rounded to the nearest 1/64. For a more accurate answer please select ‘decimal’ from the options above the result.

Note: You can increase or decrease the accuracy of this answer by selecting the number of significant figures required from the options above the result.

Note: For a pure decimal result please select ‘decimal’ from the options above the result.

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