How to burn 100 calories

There is a rule: if you reduce your nutrition on 100 calories per day or if you burn 100 calories more every day, your weight loss for the year will be 10 pounds. Do the math: 100 calories less × 365 days or 1 year = a 36,500 calorie deficit = 10.4 pounds. It can be great for your personal result! There is nothing special here. You need to lose more calories, than you get with food. However, it is easy to say, but hard to do. Use your imagination with our list of activities.

How to burn 100 calories

ActivitiesMinutes
Aerobics, general13
Aerobics, step aerobics10
Badminton18
Backpacking12
Ballet dancing18
Belly dancing19
Biking (12-14 mph)11
Bobsledding12
Bowling29
Changing bed linens35
Chopping firewood14
Cooking Dinner35
Cross-country skiing (2.5 mph)12
Dancing a waltz30
Dancing a tango30
Digging20
Doing auto repair work29
Doing jumping jacks11
Doing karate9
Doing low impact aerobics17
Doing Tai Chi22
Downhill skiing15
Fast walking (5 mph)11
Fly fishing15
Flying a kite22
Folding origami60
Gardening22
Getting a manicure88
Golfing w/cart25
Grocery shopping39
Hammering30
Having sex57
Hugging89
Irish step dancing19
Ironing38
Jogging12
Juggling22
Jumping on a trampoline25
Jumping rope9
Kickboxing9
Knitting59
Meditating88
Milking cows30
Moderate walking (4 mph)18
Mopping floors25
Mowing the lawn (push mower)19
Peeling carrots35
Picking daisies29
Playing accordion50
Playing air guitar29
Playing baseball17
Playing basketball11
Playing beach volleyball11
Playing fetch31
Playing Frisbee29
Playing hacky sack22
Playing hopscotch11
Playing horseshoes29
Playing ice hockey11
Playing miniature golf29
Playing piano35
Playing poker58
Playing singles tennis11
Playing soccer12
Playing table tennis22
Playing touch football11
Pole vaulting15
Practicing Hatha yoga35
Raking leaves20
Reading a book70
Rocking a baby35
Roller skating13
Running (6 mph)9
Scuba diving12
Shearing sheep15
Shoveling snow15
Singing a lullaby59
Sledding13
Slow walking (3 mph)26
Snowshoeing11
Stair climbing10
Star gazing88
Synchronized swimming11
Taking a bath59
Trombone playing25
Typing59
Unicycling17
Vacuuming25
Violin playing35
Washing dishes38
Washing windows30
Water skiing15
Weight lifting29
Whitewater rafting18

10 Ways to Cut 100 Calories

10 Ways to Cut 100 Calories
Choose nonfat or 1% milk instead of 2% or whole milk.
Choose low-fat or low-sugar varieties of holiday foods.
Stay hydrated, so you don’t mistake thirst for hunger.
Trim the fat from beef, pork, and chicken before cooking.
Enjoy a salad, but skip the croutons.
Use cooking spray or water instead of butter or oil when cooking on the stovetop.
Try fruit for dessert instead of ice cream or baked goodies.
Choose sparkling water in your cocktails instead of soda.
Eat slowly and stop eating at the first sign of fullness.
Leave a few bites of food left on your plate.