How Long Does it Take to Burn Off Those Donut Calories?
working off that donut
How to Work Off That Donut
You ate the donut anyway. After reading all the healthy eating advice on HubPages, you still ate the donut. Fortunately, now you can find the calorie count of donuts, or anything else in a fast food joint, by reading the info in the store or online.
I checked donuts online from one particular place. The glazed had 220 calories, the jelly-filled had 260, and the glazed cake donut had 280 (and the list of ingredients was horrifying).
Now you want to work off those empty calories. Below is a list of what you have to do to burn off the calories from consuming that lone donut ranging from 220 to 280 calories.
Laughing real hard at a funny movie - a 90 minute movie will burn 244 calories
Dancing - (this is for women because most men won't dance - see the link below) - dance for 52 minutes and you will burn 248 calories
Raking leaves - 53 minutes of raking leaves will burn 243 calories
Doing yoga - 90 minutes of yoga will burn 240 calories
Riding a bike - 30 minutes of bike riding - at 12 mph - will burn 248 calories
Rollerblading - 18 minutes on your rollerblades will burn 243 calories
Jumping rope - 24 minutes will burn 256 calories
Running 2.3 miles - run this distance in 23 minutes and you will burn 243 calories
Vacuuming - 65 minutes will burn 243 calories
Standing while talking on the phone - 2 hours will burn 230 calories
Walking the dog - 60 minutes will burn 192 calories
Writing e-mails - 2 hours will burn 230 calories - unless you eat donuts while you write
Horseback riding - 57 minutes will burn 243 calories
All this assumes you weigh about 150 pounds.
If you are going back to healthy eating and living - see the links below for suggestions.
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