5 Labor Day Faves and How Much Exercise You Need to Burn Them Off
Ready to fire up the grill for a Labor Day cookout—or at least chow down on all the food someone else has prepared? On the annual holiday, which celebrates the contributions workers have made to the nation, picnic tables will be piled high with barbecued ribs, grilled hot dogs, and classic American side dishes. But if you’re worried about your waistline, you might wonder how much exercise it’ll take to work off the calories consumed at a cookout. The average person takes 15 minutes to walk a mile, burning 100 calories in the process, so check out the estimated amount of strolling you’d need to do to burn off these Labor Day favorites.