How to Track the Exact Calories you Burned all Over the Map

Do you want  to know that how many calories you lose when you go out for a walking, running or cycling?..To determine your fitness level it is important that you should find out the amount of calories you burned during these kind of physical activities.There are many calorie counting watches and equipment that are designed to gauge physical activities, but to buy these products you have to spend some money.But there is a simple and easiest way you can track the exact calories you burned without spending a single penny.

Google’s Gmap Pedometer is a online mapping tool that allows you to measure the exact calories you burned while walking, running or cycling.This map offers four different types of views such as Classic, Satellite, Hybrid and Terrain.

Steps on How it Works

1.Click on the given link  Gmap Pedometer.

2.In the Jump to box enter the address of your location and select the Zoom:17  from the drop-down menu and hit the go button.


3.There are four types of view

Classic view – It is the default Google’s map layout.It shows street map.

Hybrid view – Shows image with street names.

Satellite view -Shows satellite image of the entire world.

Terrain view – it shows the combination of street maps and basic topographic features.

Select any of the View depending on your convenience.For e.g let’s say you selected the Hybrid view that shows image with street names.Now on the map drag the mouse to the area where exactly your house is located.


4.Now click on the Start recording button present on the left side of the map.

5.You can choose the Distance in miles or in Km.

6.It has different Draw routes for running, cycling and walking.Select the one that you want.

7.Turn on the mile markers to check the travelled distance in km or miles.

8.Turn on the calorie counter and set your weight in kg or in lb.

9.To select the route Double-click on the map.

10.Once you have completed check the calories you have burned in related with the number of miles that you have covered.


11.Save the results of this route so that you can find it again when you come back.

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