Burn 100 Calories! Here's How
Enjoy a yoga routine for 20 minutes. Pop in your favorite yoga DVD and complete a stretching session for at least 20 minutes. Your body could use the extra stretching and deep breathing exercises, and you'll easily burn off 100 calories in the process. The benefits of yoga are far-reaching for all ages -- it reduces stress, increases flexibility and strengthens bones, which is important as we age.Lift light weights for 35 minutes. Pick up a pair of dumbbells and move around the house doing simple exercises such as bicep curls, triceps curls and the overhead press. Keep it up for at least 35 minutes to burn away 100 calories. If you don't have dumbbells, use soup cans. You can fashion your own home workout with a little creativity!