Well, it may not even be necessary to burn that amount of calories via exercise each day. That is a lot of hard-core exercise to do that! What may be more pertinent is to weigh ALL of your food and record every little morsel that passes your lips, into the Nutrition Tracker. If you start off just doing what and how much your normally eat, you may find it to be a huge eye-opener. I have lost a considerable amount of weight and don't do anywhere near the recommended amount of exercise because of my hips and spine, and fatigue. My Dr referred me to a Dietitian because I was slowly gaining weight, and he felt that the pain could be improved by weight reduction. I printed out some of my Daily Nutrition Reports for the Dietitian to look at, showing what I normally ate, and what I had ALWAYS normally eaten. In next to no time she identified the problem and but a simple adjustment to the calories, the weight started to come off slowly (the best way).
For you to burn extra calories, perhaps pool walking would be really great - you burn more calories doing that than on land because you are pushing through a harder mass than air. It is also generally very safe on your body.
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