Our Calorie Calculator estimates how many Calories you will burn using Metabolic Equivalent (MET) values from Compendium of Physical Activities. The Compendium idenitifes the relative energy cost of undertaking various activities compared with doing nothing. We then combine this with your weight and the estimated duration of the activity, taking into account the length of the route and the hills involved, to estimate the total Calories burned.
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Please remember, the estimated number of Calories is just a guide and the actual number of Calories burned may vary depending on other factors such as weather and terrain.
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Head left out of Perdiswell down Rainbow Hill. At the bottom turn left onto Tolladine Road, right on to Shrub Hill Rd, then straight over Midland Rd, towards the Worcester Sauce factory. At the junction with Wyld's Ln, turn left, then first right onto Albert Rd. Cross safely over London Rd, onto Camp Hill Rd, bearing right until you join Battenhall Rd. Head left along Battenhall Rd and join the Shrew Pedway path, continuing straight. You'll eventually cross over the brand new Crookbarrow Way footbridge into Norton. At the end of Brockhill Ln by the first water stop, the 10 milers will turn right onto Norton Rd. The 12 milers will continue with a loop right after St. James church onto Hatfield Ln, right onto Hatfield Bank, then right at the end of the road, heading past St Peter's Garden Centre rejoining the 10M route. Both routes then turn left onto Taylors Ln to the end of the road, then right crossing over the Ketch roundabout onto Bath Rd. Turn left just before 9M onto Barneshall Ave, right down the alley onto St Mark's Close, continuing until you pick up the canal at Diglis. Continue on the canal until Perdiswell.
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