It's supposed to say "So here are some facts: 1. There are about 3500 calories in one pound of fat. 2. Every two jumping jacks = 1 calorie burnt. 3. 7000 jumping jacks = 1 pound gone. 4. 10 sets of 100 jumping jacks for 1 week will burn one pound. So on top of your current diet and exercise regime, you can add on 10 sets of 100 jumping jacks. Let's try this, because a pound lighter is a pound lighter."
3,500 calories is equivalent to 1 lb. You burn aprox 100 cals doing jumping jacks in 10 minutes. Translates to ~ 350 minutes/4 hours a week/50 minutes a day. Possible? Maybe. 10 sets of 5 minutes of jumping jacks every day for a week.
Keep the knees slightly bent and in line with your hips and feet. Engage your core muscles and your glutes and maintain a steady and smooth breathing pattern. Keep the arms extended and the elbows loose during the entire exercise. http://www.spotebi.com/exercise-guide/modified-jumping-jacks/
Accomplished in one try!!! 5.5 miles of running, 550 jumping jacks equals: about 115 calories per mile time 5.5= 632.5 + 1 calorie per jumping jacks= 550 jumping jacks, adds up to about 1,190 calories burned in one work out!!! Try to keep up....
I did this and lost 10 pounds in June, it works! Charish Do this workout routine 3 times every morning to jumpstart your workout, get a boost of energy, and sculpt your body into a lean calorie burning machine: ▸ 10 push ups ▸ 10 crunches ▸ 20 squats ▸ 1 minute wall sit ▸ 100 jumping jacks ▸ repeat 3x ▸