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RWBlue
12-30-2004, 11:00
I am looking for a few good web sites with in formation on

Calories burned for X activity
And
Food calories per serving

I know it is out there, but I lost the link because they were on a different computer.

Thanks

AlB
12-31-2004, 13:21
For a rough estimation on calories burned: http://www.primusweb.com/fitnesspartner/jumpsite/calculat.htm

For a good calorie counter (you have to register): http://www.fitday.com/WebFit/Index.html

RWBlue
12-31-2004, 14:42
Originally posted by AlB
For a good calorie counter (you have to register): http://www.fitday.com/WebFit/Index.html

Does it cost?

RWBlue
12-31-2004, 14:55
How many calories do I burn when reloading?

benji
01-01-2005, 11:18
fitday is free and awesome

geminicricket
01-08-2005, 22:59
I started using fitday this week and I like it, I'll keep posting here if I keep having any kind of success. My goal is to get my BMI number down to the recommended range, which would require that my weight be no more than 170 lbs. I have to lose 2.2 lb per week to make my goal of being there by 12/31/05.

This week I lost 4 lbs.

geminicricket
01-08-2005, 23:00
Originally posted by RWBlue
How many calories do I burn when reloading?

Single stage or progressive?

BrokenArrow
01-11-2005, 12:15
Quite a bit if you're mining your own lead and copper, forging your own brass... ;)

RWBlue
01-12-2005, 13:49
Originally posted by geminicricket
Single stage or progressive?

Single stage for rifles and load development.
Progressive for handgun ammo after load development.

Right now I am doing mostly experimentation and load development work.

geminicricket
01-18-2005, 20:38
Fitday says that machine tooling, tapping and drilling burns 297 cals/hour. Is that close enough to reloading?

That's actually more than my "weightlifting, moderate or light effort" burns.

RWBlue
01-18-2005, 21:14
Originally posted by geminicricket
Fitday says that machine tooling, tapping and drilling burns 297 cals/hour. Is that close enough to reloading?

That's actually more than my "weightlifting, moderate or light effort" burns.

I don't think it is close. I have done very little machining, but what I remember it is intence.

I am thinking that reloading is closer to office work.

Christine
02-02-2005, 00:00
If you drop enough casings, picking them up will increase your calorie burn !!!;f