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How to burn 100 calories........SP article


Saturday, February 15, 2014



www.sparkpeople.com/reso
urce/fitness_articles.asp?
id=1777


Here are a few:

1. Biking: 23 minutes of casual cycling
2. Cardio dance class: 15 minutes
3. Elliptical: 8 minutes
4. Jumping rope: 9 minutes at a moderate intensity
5. Lifting weights, vigorously: 15 minutes
6. Pilates: 24 minutes
7. Rowing machine: 13 minutes
8. Running stairs: 6 minutes


Wow! I am surprised it takes that long!

There are FIFTY on the article. Very interesting! emoticon

Sparkpeople tracker says water aerobics burns 400 cal. in an hour--that sounds better!

chris



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JUSTYNA7 2/16/2014 2:36PM

    Just keep moving!

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BEESPARKLE 2/16/2014 1:17PM

    I agree if one has a pool in the neighborhood Excellent.

You go girl with the pool.

So will watch to see how fast your losing on your blog reports in our group Chris

(Tee,hee)


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MONKIEDOLL 2/16/2014 4:58AM

    Great read!

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NANCYPAT1 2/16/2014 12:48AM

    Thanks for sharing this

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PHYLISSCR 2/16/2014 12:31AM

    Great list, thanks.. emoticon

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ARTJAC 2/15/2014 11:57PM

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1CRAZYDOG 2/15/2014 9:38PM

    Thanks for the information.

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SANDRALEET 2/15/2014 6:26PM

    Eat 500 less calories a day and burn 250 takes of a little over a bound and a haft a week a week How they loss 5 bounds a week that is 17500 caleres use

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FROSTY99 2/15/2014 6:23PM

    I love working out in the pool and looking forward to it warming up enough to get back in our pool. It is heated, but outside so it is kept covered and closed when temperature (air) is below 70 to save on expenses to heat it. Since we are a resident owned community we understand the need to conserve and none of us want to get out into the cold outside air either!!

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