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Five Ways to Burn Off Thanksgiving Excess
Perfect Personal Training's in home personal trainers and wellness coaches explain a few helpful steps to burning off excess calories from Thanksgiving or other holiday meals. Coaches are from Birmingham, MI, Troy, MI, and San Diego, California
Evening out the holiday weight gain can certainly take more time and effort than one might think, but if the right plan and understanding are in place, it can actually take nothing more than a week's worth of determination and fun, challenging exercise in relatively short bouts.
FACT: the Average American gains an entire pound of bodyfat during the holiday season, and doesn't burn it off afterward.
If that figure sounds unbelievable then reflect on these numbers for a moment:
There are only 3500 calories in a pound of fat. So, consuming just 3500 more calories than you normally would, over any given period of time, will equate to an extra pound of weight on your body if you're not countering it with a caloric loss elsewhere.
Alcoholic beverages range from 100 to 1000 calories each.
Missing a 30-minute exercise session can easily mean keeping on an extra 200 to 300 calories that you'd have burned off.
Just one dessert can be as high as 1000 calories, easily.
Given those figures above, gaining an extra pound over the holidays doesn't seem so unlikely, does it? Then, think about all the sitting, and the missed workouts, during the holidays as well...
So, how do we turn the weight gain around quickly and effectively?
We've put together the top five ways to burn off the extra fat and get back to your pre-Thanksgiving physique!
#5. Walking! Walking burns approximately three to six calories per minute, depending upon your pace, cardiovascular health, and bodyweight. In general, an hourlong walk will burn about 300 calories. Twelve walks like this should burn approximately one pound of fat from your body.
#4. The elliptical machine: At a moderate to high intensity, you can usually expect to burn about 500 calories per hour. Commit to just one hour per day for one week, and you'll burn off about a pounf of bodyfat without any additional effort!
#3. Jogging: While Perfect Personal Training generally doesn't recommend jogging (because of its hard nature against lower-extremity joints), it is noteworthy that just thirty minutes of jogging often burn between 400 and 500 calories (again, dependent upon speed, bodyweight, and individual fitness levels). Around eight of these 30-minute jogs will reduce your bodyfat by about a pound.
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