Swim for 30 minutes to burn off a mince pie 250 kcals
Run for 20 minutes to burn off 5 Cadbury’s Roses or Hero’s 220 kcals
Take a lunch time 45 minute aerobics class to burn off a 4oz Christmas pudding 300 kcals
Take a lunch time stroll around and burn off a 90g serving of roast turkey 140 kcals
Row for 30 minutes to burn off a 70g slice of iced rich Christmas cake 245 kcals
A ten minute power walk will burn off Two breadsticks with cream cheese dip equals 85 kcals
Jog for 15 minutes to burn off 2 mini sausage rolls 108 kcals
Go to a 45 minute lunchtime zumba to burn off A slice of cheesecake 320kcals
Cross train for 20-25 minutes to burn off a portion of stuffing 260 kcals
Play squash in your 40 minute and burn off a 6 Terry’s chocolate orange segments 300kcals
Just a 10 minute brisk walk will burn off a handful of olives 60kcals
Decorating your house for Christmas to burn around 350 kcals an hour and a mince pie with cream.
Pushing a shopping trolley up the aisles for around half an hour will burn over 100 kcals so even more reason to be generous this year and buy more gifts
Swim for 22 minutes to burn off a handful of roasted peanuts 155 kcals
Come to a Pilates class and burn off 2 glasses of Christmas fizz 270kcals
Cycle for 30 minutes to burn of a slice of Christmas cake 250 kcals
Cross train for 45 minutes to burn off the mash and gravy 400 kcals
One hour brisk walk can burn off that 100g camembert anything from 260-360 kcals
6500 kcals is in the average Christmas day food intake. Over the next few days leading up to Christmas aim to up your kcal burn with extra active daily activities and a little longer on your activity in the sports centre
Ice skating whether inside or outside, will burn around 165 kcals for every half hour you’re on the rink. That’s approximately four roast potatoes.
Burn around 195 kcals dancing for half an hour on the dance floor at your Christmas party
Half an hour on your feet preparing Christmas food will burn approximately 70 kcals
Wrapping presents for one hour can burn 120 calories. That’s a glass of champagne to celebrate!
After all the Christmas preparation, get a good night’s sleep whilst you wait for Santa as the average night’s sleep burns 400kcal. That’s more than enough reason to help you get to sleep before Santa arrives! Ho, ho, ho....