Say you’ve got two hours on a Sunday afternoon in Syracuse. The way you spend that time will determine whether you burn a whole bunch of calories – or not.
Keep in mind, the precise number of calories a person burns is influenced by the person’s age, body weight, gender, activity level and movement efficiency. Use these numbers — calculated for an 180-pound person — only as a guide.
* not counting the calories you add from the cookies you eat
This list was reviewed by exercise physiologist Carol Sames, PhD, director of the Vitality fitness program at Upstate’s Institute for Human Performance.