Wacko Scientist Claims Watching Sports on TV is Exercise
If this is true I may just cancel my gym membership today.
It's the summer and a lot of us are working on our beach bodies. Some people are sculpting, lifting, running and dieting. I myself am running around 20 miles a week. Is it helping me or is it all for nothing?
According to the Daily Mail, experts at the University of Leeds think that watching sports could be a great way to get exercise. scientists discovered that in some cases sports fan's heart rate rose to about 130 beats per minute while rooting for their favorite team. The average resting heart rate is somewhere between 60 and 100 beats per minute.
If you eat right and watch sports could you lose weight? It's possible but who eats right while sitting on the couch watching football? Don't we need a beer or two and some chicken wings?
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