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  • #105121
    imported_Admin
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    Ever wonder how much energy you use during a workout?

    This is cool

    http://www.performancemenu.com/resources/powerOutput.php

    #108033
    Will
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    1 joules = 0.239005736 calories or 0.0024 kCalories

    So check my math:

    5’8, 170 lbs

    L3D3

    Pullups – 150lbs – 16 reps

    Pushups – 50lbs – 33 reps

    Squats – 80lbs – 33 reps

    in less than 5 mins:

    Height

    172.72 cm

    68 in

    Bodyweight

    77.11 kg

    170 lb

    Movements

    Pull-up

    Reps – 16

    Travel, Body – 0.56 meters

    Work, Body – 6199.3 joules

    Total Work – 6199.3 joules

    Squat

    Reps – 33

    Travel, Body – 0.43 meters

    Work, Body – 7987.35 joules

    Total Work – 7987.35 joules

    Push-up

    Reps – 33

    Travel, Body – 0.36 meters

    Work, Body – 8860.11 joules

    Total Work – 8860.11 joules

    Duration

    5:00

    300 seconds

    Work Performed

    23046.76 joules

    2350.08 kg-m

    16999.29 ft-lbs

    Power Output

    76.82 watts

    0.1 horsepower

    56.66 ft-lbs/sec

    equals to about 55 Kcal ~ 1/2 of non-diet coke can, and I am less powerful than my automatic screwdriver 🙄 But you feel lot more exhausted than that I bet ya… So imagine, for every coke you drink you’ll have to do 2 sets of L3D3 to make up for the calories you ingested.

    #108034
    imported_Admin
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    + epoc

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