Probably. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that 45 minutes of moderate intensity normal cardio would burn even more than that though.
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Tabata at 10 minutes will probably burn about the same amount of calories as a less intense 15 minute protocol. I am still interested what prompted the question. If you are using HIIT to burn calories, you are doing it in a deficit. I personally think HIIT is much more effective at a maintence level or surplus.
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