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Calories Burned by Exercise vs. Guilty-Pleasure Foods

October 10, 2012

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On your last date, would you have eaten that large popcorn in the theater and that slice of cheesecake for dessert if you had known that you’d need to run over a half-marathon to burn off all the calories? If you knew that burger and fries would mean seven hours of yoga, would you have hit the drive-thru after your last away game?

Sometimes, athletes need a little motivation to resist meals that can derail their weeks of hard work. Give yourself the ammunition you need to fight temptation by checking out our infographic comparing the nutrition information for guilty-pleasure foods and calories burned by exercise. Find your favorite junk food below to learn how many hours of exercise it will take to burn the calories.

Calories Burned by Exercise

Topics: BURN FAT | NEWS
Chad Zimmerman
- Chad Zimmerman is the co-founder of STACK as well as its President. He earned a degree in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University where he...
Chad Zimmerman
- Chad Zimmerman is the co-founder of STACK as well as its President. He earned a degree in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University where he...
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