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# Marching Band vs. Football Practice

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## Jun Yang

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Calories burned per month
In conclusion
Calories burned per week
Marching Band:
Marching Band vs. Football Practice
Football
45 hours makes a month for football players. That totals to about 17,280.
Calories burned per hour
Marching Band: For someone who is around the weight of 120 and practices for three hours will burn 526 calories.That's 175 calories per hour.
About 6 hours of practice is set for the football players a week. That equals up to about 2304 calories.
Football:
Football
If you are around 140 pounds and play football for about three hours, then you will burn about 1,152 calories. that's about 384 calories per hour.
A total of 13.5 hours of work is put into a week of marching band. That is two three hour practices and an hour and a half for five days. That burns 2362.5 calories.
By: Jun, Alexandra, and Ian
In the long run, football practice does burn more calories than marching band practice. However, this is just at Mt. Vernon. There are other schools that have different programs, so the results could differ. Also, as different activities are used for each practice, it is difficult to get an exact number. These are only estimations based on average practices.
In comparison
72 hours of work totals a month for the marching band that burns a total of 12,600 calories.
Marching Band:
y = 2304x + 1
y = total calories burned
m = calories
b = starting point (1 week)
y = total calories burned
m = calories
b = starting point (1 week)
y = 2362.5x+1
y = total calories burned
m = calories
b = starting point (1 hour)
y = 175x + 1
y = total calories burned
m = calories
b = starting point (1 hour)
y = 384x + 1
y = total calories burned
m = calories
b = starting point (1 hour)
y = 175x + 1
y = total calories burned
m = calories
b = starting point (1 hour)
y = 384 x + 1
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