To answer this question, we need to know the following information:

1. The height of each floor.

2. The average metabolic rate of a person (basal metabolic rate, i.e. the amount of calories expended at rest).

3. The speed at which a person climbs a building.

Assuming we have this information, we can use the following formula to calculate calories expended:

Calories expended = (number of floors × height per floor × weight) – (number of floors × height per floor × average metabolic rate)

First, we need to convert the number of floors, height per floor, and weight into the same units. Here, we use meters and kilograms as units. Assuming the height of each floor is 3 meters, the average weight of a person is 70 kilograms.

Next, we need to calculate the speed at which a person climbs a building. This speed depends on the individual’s physical strength level and the way they climb the building. Suppose a person climbs a building at a rate of 60 steps per minute, then the height he climbs per minute is 60 steps per minute x 3 meters per step = 180 meters per minute.

Now we can calculate calorie expenditure:

Calorie expenditure = (33 floors × 3 meters/floor × 70 kg) – (33 floors × 3 meters/floor × 70 kg)

Calorie expenditure = 33 floors × 9 meters/floor × 70 kg – 33 floors × 9 meters/floor × 70 kg

Calorie expenditure = 0

In this example, climbing 33 floors three times in a row did not burn any calories because the person’s energy intake and expenditure were equal (he did not eat or perform other activities to replenish his energy during the climb). However, in the actual situation, a person will burn a certain amount of calories during the climbing process, and the specific value depends on factors such as his physical strength level, climbing speed, and food intake.

** How many times do you need to climb the 34th floor during the fat loss period? **

To calculate the number of climbs on the 34th floor, you need to know the height of each floor. Generally speaking, the height of each floor is about 3 meters. Then determine how much weight you need to lose to achieve the fat loss goal. Usually, it takes about 7,700 calories to lose about 1 kilogram of body weight. Assuming that each climb consumes 20 kcal, it can be calculated using the following formula: Weight to be lost during the fat loss period (kg) = (height of each floor (m) × number of floors)/(kcal consumed per climb) × (kcal required for fat loss per kilogram of body weight) Assuming that the height of each floor is 3 meters and 10 kg of body weight needs to be subtracted, the calculation process is as follows: Number of floors to be climbed during the fat loss period = (3 × 34)/(20 × 7700 × 10) Technologies 0. 019 indicates that it is necessary to climb about 0.019 floors Note: This is only an estimate, the actual results may be related to the specific situation of personal physical condition and weight change. It is best to consult a professional before formulating a specific exercise plan.