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How Much is a Pound of #Fat #Infographic - Be aware of what you eat and learn how to live healthy.

Sometimes I need reminded of this...especially today when I am feeling overwhelmed.

what fat looks like This makes me want to throw up just a little but also good visual.

Eat less #Sugar! You're sweet enough already ;)

need a little motivation? this should do it.

How to Lose 15 Pounds in 2 Weeks – 3 Tips to Help Kick That Fat Away

  • Karli Woodbury

    It does recommend a thousand jumping jacks per day. It says 10 sets of 100 jumping jacks. 10x100=1000

  • Liz Barker Glenn

    Yep, 1000 PER DAY. You can see the difference in font between the 1, 10, and 100s vs. 7000. The linked Today.com article actually suggests doing 3 sets of 100/day which would be 2,100 JJs/week. If 2 cals/JJ were true, and you did 300 JJs/day for 7 days, you'd only burn 1050 calories or 30% of the 3500 that reportedly constitutes a pound. Not too shabby for 300 a day, and slightly more manageable than 100/day. Not that I'll be doing the same activity every day anyway... :)

  • Liz Barker Glenn

    *more manageable than 1000/day.

  • Liz Barker Glenn

    **2 jacks/calorie. Darn tiny editing window! 300 jacks/day for 7 days would conceivably burn 30% of the 3500 calories/pound. Done!

  • Jewel House

    What you want to find out the amount of calories you burn by doing jumping jacks take the amount you did and divide it divide it by 2 so if you did a thousand jumping jacks you would only burn 500 calories. You need to do 7000 jumping jacks burn a pound

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Ready...or not by Washington Post via chalktalksports: A body won't be ready to run 26.2 miles without some inner adaptations. Here are a few of them: #Marathon #Health

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This is awesome! Such a great visual representation that will increase your motivation and confidence every time you get to move a marble to the pounds lost jar!

INFOGRAPHIC: HOW MUCH IS A POUND OF FAT? If your goals for the new year look anything like the rest of America’s, then there’s a good chance you want to lose a few pounds. What will it take to lose the weight? The numbers might surprise you. To lose just 1 pound of fat, you have to burn about 3,500 calories.

  • KCRIK

    Thank you for all of the great infographics, esp. the kid related ones! :)