Re: Treadmill Calorie's
I'm not familiar with your treadmill, but I'll venture a guess as to why it shows two calorie measures.
In general, if you are consuming a relatively balanced diet, exercising at a high rate tends to burn more calories from glucose or carbohydrate. Exercising at a slower rate but for a longer period of time tends to burn more calories from fat (within limits - there are lots of variables here). So, your treadmill probably differentiates between the type of calories burned based on the rate and duration of exercise. It told you that you burned 300 calories total, but only 90 of that was from fat. The other 210 calories was from glucose. 90 calories of fat equals 10 grams of fat or about 1/3 of an ounce or 1/48 of a pound. Do what you did 48 times and you will have burned 1 pound of fat, assuming your treadmill calculation is correct.