Burned Calories Counter API

Burned Calories Counter API

Embark on a fitness odyssey with the Burned Calories Counter API – your guide to unraveling the secrets of your workout. Dive into a realm of precision as it calculates calories burned in diverse sports and activities. Customize weight and duration for a personalized calorie-burning adventure, transforming every exercise into a fitness masterpiece.

API description

About the API:  

Embark on a revolutionary fitness exploration with the Burned Calories Counter API, your ultimate companion in the quest for a healthier lifestyle. This cutting-edge API seamlessly integrates into your application, providing a comprehensive solution to track and calculate the total calories burned across a diverse array of sports and activities.

Gone are the days of generic calorie estimations; the Burned Calories Counter API empowers users to tailor results to their unique profiles. Whether you're lifting weights, practicing yoga, or engaging in a game of soccer, this API accommodates your custom weight and duration preferences, ensuring unparalleled accuracy in calorie calculations.

Delve into a vast database that spans hundreds of sports and activities, from mainstream workouts to niche exercises. TheBurned Calories Counter API leverages this extensive repository to deliver precise results, catering to the diversity of fitness enthusiasts. Developers can seamlessly integrate this API into fitness apps, wearables, or health platforms, enhancing user experience by providing real-time, personalized insights.

Incorporating state-of-the-art algorithms, the API guarantees reliability in calorie computation, making it an indispensable tool for health-conscious individuals, fitness professionals, and app developers alike. Elevate your fitness application with the Lost Calories Calculator API and empower users to unravel the mysteries of their calorie-burning endeavors.

What this API receives and what your API provides (input/output)?

Returns the calories burned per hour and total calories burned according to given parameters for given activities (up to 10).


What are the most common use cases of this API?

  1. Personalized Fitness Tracking App: Integrate the Burned Calories Counter API into a fitness app to offer users personalized calorie tracking. Allow users to input their weight, specify activity duration, and receive accurate insights into calories burned during a wide range of sports and activities, fostering a tailored fitness experience.

  2. Workout Planning Platform: Develop a workout planning platform that leverages the Burned Calories Counter API to assist users in creating effective fitness routines. Enable users to customize their workouts based on desired calorie burn, helping them achieve fitness goals by incorporating activities that align with their energy expenditure targets.

  3. Health and Wellness Wearables: Integrate the API into health and wellness wearables to provide real-time feedback on calories burned during various physical activities. Wearable users can receive instant, accurate data, enhancing their awareness of their exercise intensity and contributing to a more informed and effective fitness routine.

  4. Corporate Wellness Programs: Employ the Burned Calories Counter API in corporate wellness programs to promote employee health. Create challenges or fitness competitions within the workplace, allowing employees to track their calorie burn in different activities. Encourage a healthy and active lifestyle by providing personalized fitness insights.

  5. Nutrition and Calorie-Tracking Apps: Enhance nutrition and calorie-tracking applications by integrating the Burned Calories Counter API. Users can seamlessly link their exercise routines to their nutritional profiles, gaining a holistic view of their daily energy balance. This integration helps users make informed decisions about their diet and exercise, fostering a comprehensive approach to health and fitness.


Are there any limitations to your plans?

Besides the number of API calls, there are no other limitations.

API Documentation


Returns the full list of activities supported by this API.


GET https://zylalabs.com/api/3437/burned+calories+counter+api/3740/activities

Test Endpoint


                                                                                                                                                                                                                            {"activities": ["Cycling, mountain bike, bmx", "Cycling, <10 mph, leisure bicycling", "Cycling, >20 mph, racing", "Cycling, 10-11.9 mph, light", "Cycling, 12-13.9 mph, moderate", "Cycling, 14-15.9 mph, vigorous", "Cycling, 16-19 mph, very fast, racing", "Unicycling", "Stationary cycling, very light", "Stationary cycling, light", "Stationary cycling, moderate", "Stationary cycling, vigorous", "Stationary cycling, very vigorous", "Calisthenics, vigorous, pushups, situps\u2026", "Calisthenics, light", "Circuit training, minimal rest", "Weight lifting, body building, vigorous", "Weight lifting, light workout", "Health club exercise", "Stair machine", "Rowing machine, light", "Rowing machine, moderate", "Rowing machine, vigorous", "Rowing machine, very vigorous", "Ski machine", "Aerobics, low impact", "Aerobics, high impact", "Aerobics, step aerobics", "Aerobics, general", "Jazzercise", "Stretching, hatha yoga", "Mild stretching", "Instructing aerobic class", "Water aerobics", "Ballet, twist, jazz, tap", "Ballroom dancing, slow", "Ballroom dancing, fast", "Running, 5 mph (12 minute mile)", "Running, 5.2 mph (11.5 minute mile)", "Running, 6 mph (10 min mile)", "Running, 6.7 mph (9 min mile)", "Running, 7 mph (8.5 min mile)", "Running, 7.5mph (8 min mile)", "Running, 8 mph (7.5 min mile)", "Running, 8.6 mph (7 min mile)", "Running, 9 mph (6.5 min mile)", "Running, 10 mph (6 min mile)", "Running, 10.9 mph (5.5 min mile)", "Running, cross country", "Running, general", "Running, on a track, team practice", "Running, stairs, up", "Track and field (shot, discus)", "Track and field (high jump, pole vault)", "Track and field (hurdles)", "Archery", "Badminton", "Basketball game, competitive", "Playing basketball, non game", "Basketball, officiating", "Basketball, shooting baskets", "Basketball, wheelchair", "Running, training, pushing wheelchair", "Billiards", "Bowling", "Boxing, in ring", "Boxing, punching bag", "Boxing, sparring", "Coaching: football, basketball, soccer\u2026", "Cricket (batting, bowling)", "Croquet", "Curling", "Darts (wall or lawn)", "Fencing", "Football, competitive", "Football, touch, flag, general", "Football or baseball, playing catch", "Frisbee playing, general", "Frisbee, ultimate frisbee", "Golf, general", "Golf, walking and carrying clubs", "Golf, driving range", "Golf, miniature golf", "Golf, walking and pulling clubs", "Golf, using power cart", "Gymnastics", "Hacky sack", "Handball", "Handball, team", "Hockey, field hockey", "Hockey, ice hockey", "Riding a horse, general", "Horesback riding, saddling horse", "Horseback riding, grooming horse", "Horseback riding, trotting", "Horseback riding, walking", "Horse racing, galloping", "Horse grooming, moderate", "Horseshoe pitching", "Jai alai", "Martial arts, judo, karate, jujitsu", "Martial arts, kick boxing", "Martial arts, tae kwan do", "Krav maga training", "Juggling", "Kickball", "Lacrosse", "Orienteering", "Playing paddleball", "Paddleball, competitive", "Polo", "Racquetball, competitive", "Playing racquetball", "Rock climbing, ascending rock", "Rock climbing, rappelling", "Jumping rope, fast", "Jumping rope, moderate", "Jumping rope, slow", "Rugby", "Shuffleboard, lawn bowling", "Skateboarding", "Roller skating", "Roller blading, in-line skating", "Sky diving", "Soccer, competitive", "Playing soccer", "Softball or baseball", "Softball, officiating", "Softball, pitching", "Squash", "Table tennis, ping pong", "Tai chi", "Playing tennis", "Tennis, doubles", "Tennis, singles", "Trampoline", "Volleyball, competitive", "Playing volleyball", "Volleyball, beach", "Wrestling", "Wallyball", "Backpacking, Hiking with pack", "Carrying infant, level ground", "Carrying infant, upstairs", "Carrying 16 to 24 lbs, upstairs", "Carrying 25 to 49 lbs, upstairs", "Standing, playing with children, light", "Walk/run, playing with children, moderate", "Walk/run, playing with children, vigorous", "Carrying small children", "Loading, unloading car", "Climbing hills, carrying up to 9 lbs", "Climbing hills, carrying 10 to 20 lb", "Climbing hills, carrying 21 to 42 lb", "Climbing hills, carrying over 42 lb", "Walking downstairs", "Hiking, cross country", "Bird watching", "Marching, rapidly, military", "Children's games, hopscotch, dodgeball", "Pushing stroller or walking with children", "Pushing a wheelchair", "Race walking", "Rock climbing, mountain climbing", "Walking using crutches", "Walking the dog", "Walking, under 2.0 mph, very slow", "Walking 2.0 mph, slow", "Walking 2.5 mph", "Walking 3.0 mph, moderate", "Walking 3.5 mph, brisk pace", "Walking 3.5 mph, uphill", "Walking 4.0 mph, very brisk", "Walking 4.5 mph", "Walking 5.0 mph", "Boating, power, speed boat", "Canoeing, camping trip", "Canoeing, rowing, light", "Canoeing, rowing, moderate", "Canoeing, rowing, vigorous", "Crew, sculling, rowing, competition", "Kayaking", "Paddle boat", "Windsurfing, sailing", "Sailing, competition", "Sailing, yachting, ocean sailing", "Skiing, water skiing", "Ski mobiling", "Skin diving, fast", "Skin diving, moderate", "Skin diving, scuba diving", "Snorkeling", "Surfing, body surfing or board surfing", "Whitewater rafting, kayaking, canoeing", "Swimming laps, freestyle, fast", "Swimming laps, freestyle, slow", "Swimming backstroke", "Swimming breaststroke", "Swimming butterfly", "Swimming leisurely, not laps", "Swimming sidestroke", "Swimming synchronized", "Swimming, treading water, fast, vigorous", "Swimming, treading water, moderate", "Water aerobics, water calisthenics", "Water polo", "Water volleyball", "Water jogging", "Diving, springboard or platform", "Ice skating, < 9 mph", "Ice skating, average speed", "Ice skating, rapidly", "Speed skating, ice, competitive", "Cross country snow skiing, slow", "Cross country skiing, moderate", "Cross country skiing, vigorous", "Cross country skiing, racing", "Cross country skiing, uphill", "Snow skiing, downhill skiing, light", "Downhill snow skiing, moderate", "Downhill snow skiing, racing", "Sledding, tobagganing, luge", "Snow shoeing", "Snowmobiling", "General housework", "Cleaning gutters", "Painting", "Sit, playing with animals", "Walk / run, playing with animals", "Bathing dog", "Mowing lawn, walk, power mower", "Mowing lawn, riding mower", "Walking, snow blower", "Riding, snow blower", "Shoveling snow by hand", "Raking lawn", "Gardening, general", "Bagging grass, leaves", "Watering lawn or garden", "Weeding, cultivating garden", "Carpentry, general", "Carrying heavy loads", "Carrying moderate loads upstairs", "General cleaning", "Cleaning, dusting", "Taking out trash", "Walking, pushing a wheelchair", "Teach physical education,exercise class", "Teach exercise classes (& participate)"]}

Activities - CODE SNIPPETS

curl --location --request GET 'https://zylalabs.com/api/3437/burned+calories+counter+api/3740/activities' --header 'Authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY' 


Returns the calories burned per hour and total calories burned according to given parameters for given activities (up to 10).

GET https://zylalabs.com/api/3437/burned+calories+counter+api/3741/lost+calories

Lost Calories - Endpoint Features
Object Description
activity [Required] name of the given activity. This value can be partial (e.g. ski will match water skiing and downhill skiing)
weight [Optional] weight of the user performing the activity in pounds. Must be between 50 and 500. Default value is 160.
duration [Optional] how long the activity was performed in minutes. Must be 1 or greater. Default value is 60 (1 hour).
Test Endpoint


                                                                                                                                                                                                                            [{"name": "Skiing, water skiing", "calories_per_hour": 435, "duration_minutes": 60, "total_calories": 435}, {"name": "Cross country snow skiing, slow", "calories_per_hour": 508, "duration_minutes": 60, "total_calories": 508}, {"name": "Cross country skiing, moderate", "calories_per_hour": 581, "duration_minutes": 60, "total_calories": 581}, {"name": "Cross country skiing, vigorous", "calories_per_hour": 653, "duration_minutes": 60, "total_calories": 653}, {"name": "Cross country skiing, racing", "calories_per_hour": 1016, "duration_minutes": 60, "total_calories": 1016}, {"name": "Cross country skiing, uphill", "calories_per_hour": 1198, "duration_minutes": 60, "total_calories": 1198}, {"name": "Snow skiing, downhill skiing, light", "calories_per_hour": 363, "duration_minutes": 60, "total_calories": 363}, {"name": "Downhill snow skiing, moderate", "calories_per_hour": 435, "duration_minutes": 60, "total_calories": 435}, {"name": "Downhill snow skiing, racing", "calories_per_hour": 581, "duration_minutes": 60, "total_calories": 581}]

Lost Calories - CODE SNIPPETS

curl --location --request GET 'https://zylalabs.com/api/3437/burned+calories+counter+api/3741/lost+calories?activity=skiing' --header 'Authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY' 


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Header Description
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he API employs advanced algorithms based on metabolic equivalents (METs) and specific activity data to accurately estimate calories burned during various sports and activities.

Yes, the API supports customizable weight and duration inputs, ensuring precise calorie estimations tailored to individual user profiles and activity durations.

The API boasts a comprehensive database covering hundreds of sports and activities, ranging from mainstream workouts to specialized exercises, providing versatility in fitness tracking.

Developers can integrate the API using RESTful endpoints, making HTTP requests to access calorie calculation functionalities. Detailed documentation with examples is provided for a seamless integration process.

Yes, the API can support real-time tracking, allowing users to receive instant feedback on calories burned during ongoing physical activities, making it suitable for live fitness applications and wearables.

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