Fishing can be a great deal of fun for anyone. Whether you are a first-time fisherman, a novice angler or you are a seasoned veteran, the thrill of the catch can be a hard feeling to rival. And not only can fishing be fun and exciting for virtually anyone, but it is also a sport… Read More
Christmas is getting closer and, usually, we all look for different ways to shed some pounds. If you are wondering why your efforts have not worked out the way you thought they would or you are just looking for a more effective method, maybe the reason is your approach. Every single body is different and… Read More
Your diet should work in harmony with your fitness routine. The food you eat should help you build muscle and sufficiently fuel your body. It can be hard to know what food is best to eat, but the Paleo diet is a great option if you want a diet that is high in protein and… Read More
“Across England, there are 8.2 fast-food outlets per 10,000 people, and 11.6 in the poorest parts of the country, according to Public Health England, a government agency.” (The Economist, 2018, p.29). Parents concerned about paying rent and keeping the electricity on are less likely to think about cooking a healthy dinner. One experiment found that subjects who were asked to… Read More
How many calories, on average, do you need to burn to lose one pound (1 lb) of weight? 2,500 calories. 2,600 calories. 3,500 calories. 3,600 calories.
Burpees and Energy Expenditure The amount of energy expended (or calories burned per minute) varies according to: Your weight: The amount of calories burned by your body does not depend on your weight alone, since a higher bodyweight requires (relatively) more energy expenditure to move. Intensity of physical activity/exercise. Your metabolism. Your level of physical… Read More
Introduction Estimates of exactly how many calories a single press-up (or push-up) burns vary somewhat, from about 0.29 calories each to 0.36 calories per press-up, depending on the research you cite (Cohen, 2012; McCall, 2017). However, a 2014 study from researchers at Arizona State University (Vezina et al., 2014) (and based on an earlier thesis… Read More