Calorie Counters At The Gym Are A Lie

You could be burning fewer calories at the gym than you think. In a study published in 2018 researchers found that some ellipticals overestimate calories burned by as much as 130 calories per 30 minutes of exercise.

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Calorie Counters At The Gym Are A Lie

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