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Valentine's Day -- Things To Burn Off and Things That Cause Burn

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Here is a really fun Valentine's Day factoid list I found on www.livestrong.com (another great website you should check out!). It gives you the calorie counts of some common Valentine's day treats and some fun ways to work them off! Enjoy!

Valentine's Day Treats to Burn Off
One glass of champagne, 4oz = 95 calories
Cosmopolitan Martini, 5oz = 174 calories
2 chocolate truffles, 2 pieces = 220 calories
Heart Shaped Sugar Cookies, 1 cookie = 100 calories
Chocolate Cupcake with Chocolate Ganache Frosting, 1 cupcake = 180 calories

Red Velvet Cupcake, 1 cupcake = 442 calories
White Chocolate Fondue, 1.5 oz = 254 calories
Chocolate Covered Strawberries, 2oz = 250 calories
Whipped Cream, 2 Tbsp = 15 calories
Angel Food Cake, 1.8oz = 129 calories
Oysters on the half shell, 6 oysters = 110 calories
Shrimp Cocktail, 3oz = 80 calories
Grilled Asparagus, 5 stalks = 25 Calories
Prosciutto Wrapped Figs Stuffed w/ Blue Cheese, 2 pieces = 178 calories

Valentine's Day Calorie Burners
Horseback riding for one hour: 269 calories
A romantic walk on the beach at 3.5 mph for one hour: 319 calories
Having "sexy time" with your special person for 45 minutes: 175 calories
Kissing: 65 calories an hour
Giving your partner a super sexy massage: 336 calories an hour
Dancing with your sweetie: 319 calories an hour
Perform a seductive pole dance for your partner 30 minutes: 200 calories
Preparing a romantic dinner: 134 an hour
A sunset bike ride will: 319 calories for an hour
Bundling up an ice skating with your honey: 386 calories an hour
A couples' late afternoon run at 6mph for 30 minutes: 310 calories


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