There’s still time today to burn…

 


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  1. Ok! I’m cranking up the radio right now. Thanks for the reminder. Now here’s a little something for you:

    About a month ago, I switched from blogging on Blogger.com to WordPress.com. The change has been remarkable. The readers on WordPress are far more interactive than those on Blogger. I feel welcomed into the new WordPress community.

    In that vein, a real sweetheart made my day, by nominating me for The Versatile Blogger Award. A “shout out” and thank you to Turber of http://looserornot.wordpress.com/ for the nomination.

    Now, I am nominating YOU! You have been one of the bloggers who has welcomed me, so this is my way of thanking you.

    On March 20, I will post your site on my blog as a nominee for the Versatile Blogger Award. Please read the post that day to find out all the details. There is a nice award .jpeg you can add to your site.

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  2. richardkanigan says:

    just back from a bike ride, I am sure I burned at least 2 Thousand calories! better have a cheeseburger…

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  3. Sorry pal. According to the chart (which is the word on this subject), you burned about 1500 calories. Skip the cheese on burger.

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  4. Interesting! There are so many alternatives! Nice one!

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  5. lol, Dave. For a week I have been trying to get motivated again to do my regular workout routine. But you just helped me…. I’ll start tomorrow for sure. :)

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  6. Reblogged this on Carlo Favaretti and commented:
    Bruciare, bruciare, bruciare!

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  7. I vote for running…

    Nice timing on this post!

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  8. Reblogged this on MyDestiny2011 and commented:
    I’ll definetely have to re-start again.~Thanks David.

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  9. What counts as “intense dancing”?

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  10. Dancing is my choice … Love these kinds of lists. Thanks for the post.

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  11. Hi David,

    Ingenious little breakdown you have here. I’m a calories in vs. calories out kind of girl, so it’s interesting to see what a few of these activities that I normally don’t incorporate into my workout regiment would do for me. For me, getting to the gym is never an issue — it’s my release and escape after a tedious day of writing — but I can see how those working a typical 9-5 might not want have yet another obligation to add to their already over-extended day. Making cardio fun is a great way to keep motivated and break up the monotony of bikes and treadmills.

    Thanks for sharing, and nice to meet you.
    Blessings,
    Cara

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    • Hi Cara. Sounds like you have good balance between calories in and out. I’m all-in on “calories in” and gym is “always an issue.” Lucky for me, my DNA is set right where it hasn’t been a problem (yet). Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts. Dave

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  12. Reblogged this on NoTimeToW8 and commented:
    Loved this and just had to share!

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  13. thanks for posting!

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  14. Reblogged this on Space for lasam and commented:
    Top 10 execises Calorie Burning

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  15. Love this! Thanks!

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  16. I have been combining race-walking with yoga stretches and steep hill climbing, over 3-4 miles average perday–gradually extending to average 5-6 miles per day! I am just loving this way of transitioning from winter to spring. So grateful for your helpful calorie-burning chart on this post!

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