Calories burned while snowmobiling

Find out how calories you would burn while snowmobiling

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Understanding how many calories are burned while snowmobiling

Example: If Sarah worked out while snowmobiling for 10 minutes and she weighed 155 pounds, Sarah would burn 43 calories.

How many calories do you burn while snowmobiling?

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