# A typical snack for the office and how much you need to plow in the gym to work out

In our time in offices with a lot of people. Sometimes there is no way to go out and eat normal food — then no money. Have to do all sorts of dishes that you bought in the corner shop or brought from home. To eat sometimes you just want a reflex, we think of calories as a result of our small whim, you can kill with one exercise. But actually this is not so. Today, we translate a typical snack for the office not only calories, but the load in the gym. Do you seriously think that eating cookies at work — a harmless activity? How much otpahat in the hall for 10 peanuts or pretzels?

### 1. Pretzels

So, for 10 of these innocent pretzels (227 calories) you have to deal with:

— 30 minutes of weight training;

18 — minute ride a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 12 minute run on the treadmill at a speed of 12 km/h.

### 2. The blueberry muffin (380 calories)

— 51 minutes of intense strength training;

— 30 minutes ride a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 23 minutes of running on the track at a speed of 12 km/h.

### 3. Fruit and nut cocktail

Let’s say that you already ate 200 grams (standard packing) this mixture. Translated into calories this sickly 480 kcal. A lot, Yes? And now imagine how much you will lose.

— 59 minutes of intense strength training;

35 minutes ride a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 26 minutes of running on the track at a speed of 12 km/h.

### 4. Half-liter bottle of orange juice

It 170 calories.

— 23 minutes of intense strength training;

— 14 minutes is not a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 10 minutes of running on the track at a speed of 12 km/h.

### 5. Package of popcorn with butter in the microwave

This office lunch will cost you 210 calories and:

— 28 minutes of intense strength training;

17 minutes ride a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 13 minutes of running on the track at a speed of 12 km/h.

### 6. Muesli bar whole wheat with fruit

Depending on the formulation and the presence/absence of nuts, the calories can vary, but it is average option.

— 16 minutes of intense strength training;

— 10 minutes ride a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 7 minutes of running on the track at a speed of 12 km/h.

### 7. Protein bar in chocolate

Although it is possible to cook at home, but the purchase will cost you sickly 240 kcal.

-32 minutes of intense strength training;

-20 minutes of riding a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

-14 minutes of running on the track with a speed of 12 km/h.

### 8. 200 grams of toasted peanuts

So, it will pass quickly, you’ll eat them up in 10 minutes, but his overall striking calorie — 427 kcal, which you can spend using:

— 57 minutes of intense strength training;

— 34 minutes of riding a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 26 minutes of running on the track with a speed of 12 km/h.

### 9. Energy

The average caloric value of 280 kcal per small jar, to work them to you will using:

— 37 minutes of intense strength training;

— 22 minutes of riding a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 17 minutes of running on the track at a speed of 12 km/h.

### 10. Coffee with peppermint syrup and white chocolate

I tried to find the most nutritious of all the high-calorie coffee modern cafe and found the love of girls: a peppermint mocha with whipped cream, white chocolate and chocolate sprinkles on top. Its calorie — 730kkal (!!).

— 97 minutes of intense strength training;

— 58 minutes of riding a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 44 minutes of running on the track with a speed of 12 km/h.

### 11. Sandwich with cream cheese and salmon

Do you really think that salmon is always low calorie? You’re wrong, man! Absolutely nothing low-calorie. Especially in combination with cream cheese. Let’s calculate sandwich with salmon — about 280 calories and cheese — 130, total — 410 calories, a lot, right?

— 55 minutes of intense strength training;

— 33 minutes of riding a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 25 minutes of running on the track with a speed of 12 km/h.

### 12. Glazed chocolate donut

The total number of calories — 260.

35 minutes of intense strength training;

— 21 minutes of riding a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 16 minutes of running on the track with a speed of 12 km/h.

### 13. Pie (tart) apples

I have next sold, so I have them a couple of times even took for himself for lunch. Their caloric value is 370 kcal, which is:

— 49 minutes of intense strength training;

— 30 minutes ride a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 22 minutes of running on the track with a speed of 12 km/h.

### 14. Large chocolate cookies

We think that they are absolutely harmless, because it’s just cookies and all! But these assholes have… 196 calories in the thing. To burn one, you need:

— 26 minutes of intense strength training;

— 16 minutes of riding a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 12 minute run on the treadmill at a speed of 12 km/h.

### 15. A liter of beer after work

Think I’m kidding? You’re right, the day was heavy, and I feel like I deprive you of your Holy opportunity! But no. In a liter of beer is about 300 kcal, which, if translated, it turns out:

— 36 minutes of intense strength training;

— 30 minutes ride a stationary bike at a speed of approximately 20 km/h;

— 20 minutes of running on the track at a speed of 12 km/h.

What this whole article? Besides, you don’t think that a simple snack will not affect your weight. On the contrary, very impact, and ideally, you will have to plow in the hall for an extra half hour! So instead of snacking nonsense give preference to a better full to eat a good lunch in the dining room or take it with you from home to work.