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The Good Time Frat Workout55,216 Views
The Freshman 15 will start in
If you're in college or headed that way, there's no doubt that you've heard horror stories about the freshman 15. Luckily, you don't have to go on a crazy diet to avoid weight gain. Instead, follow our rules for a yummy, but healthy, college diet.
Description: If you're in a fraternity, or you just happen to find yourself visiting a certain frat every weekend, then here is some good news: Your party lifestyle could be just the ticket to dance your way to a smokin' hot body!
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If you spend your nights indulging in frequent partying, there are some hidden benefits to your nocturnal activities. We would never joke about this, and just to prove we're serious, we'll walk you through the health benefits of your typical party. Before your guests even arrive, you're going to have to rearrange the furniture to squeeze ‘em all in. Give this activity an hour, and you'll burn 450 calories. If you feel like relaxing after this afternoon of rearranging, and decide to play ping pong for an hour, you'll burn 280 more calories. And if you love beer, you'll be happy to know that it is more nutritious than other alcoholic choices. Your favorite wheat-y beverage is rich in Vitamin B6, a nutrient that prevents the buildup of the heart-harmful amino acid, homocysteine. Beer also contains nine-percent of your daily phosphorus, seven-percent of your riboflavin and five-percent of your niacin. Now that you know your beer can almost substitute for a multi-vitamin, you're probably feeling even more ready to party. Spend one hour grooving and sweating on the dance floor and you'll discard 405 calories effortlessly. You could also join in a game of flip cup or beer pong, both of which will improve hand-eye coordination. Plus, the 30 to 50 calories you'll burn playing these games is better than nothing! After your party-packed night, you'll probably be ready to tuck in for eight hours, which is great, since you'll shed 460 calories just sleeping quietly. Or, if you've got a guest in your bed, the average fool-around session burns between 50 and 100 calories, and having an orgasm will burn about 20 more...A tough life, we know, but someone's gotta do it.