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Top 7 Fatty Chinese New Year Goodies: How Much To Cycle?

It’s that time of the year again where we stuff ourselves like there’s no tomorrow. Granted most of you will be putting your diet plan on pause mode or even throwing it out the window altogether – BUT before you do, check this pre/post-workout cycling plan. It’ll definitely motivate you to eat right and crank smart for the new year 😉 

We’ve calculated the variety of Chinese New Year goodies there is in the market and have listed out seven food items that are the fattiest (according to the total fat percentage per 100g) and how much you should cycle to burn the calories. 

We’ve provided two versions of cycling plan this Chinese New Year – one for bike-sharing riders or commuters with an average speed of 15km/hr-22km/hr and another for avid road cyclists who would typically go as fast as 25-30km/hr – so choose what’s best for you! 

 

#1 Kueh Lapis

For the avid cyclist:

For the commuters:

 

#2 Melon Seeds

For the avid cyclist:

 

For the commuters:

 

#3 Peanuts

For the avid cyclist:

 

For the commuters:

 

#4 Cashew Nut Cookie

For the avid cyclist:

 

For the commuters:

#5 Green Pea Cookie

For the avid cyclist:

 

For the commuters:

 

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#6 Cornflake Biscuit

For the avid cyclist:

 

For the commuters:

 

#7 Shrimp Roll

For the avid cyclist:

 

For the commuters:

 

Chinese New Year suggested cycling plan

 

What are you waiting for? Rent a bike and pedal on or simply take your baby out for a spin so you wouldn’t have to feel so guilty snacking on them holiday goodies!

 

Nutrition information gathered from Eat Right Nutrition Consultancy.
Tel: 6733 9930

 

Cycling plan provided by Crank Smart.
Visit their site to know more.

 

We wish you a prosperous, fruitful Chinese New Year!! Huat ah!!

 

SportsIn Cycling

Author: SportsIn Cycling

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