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Dolan Efficient Calorie Burning Program is anti-cycle, was OT -Beethoven

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Old September 18th 09, 11:29 PM posted to alt.rec.bicycles.recumbent,rec.bicycles.soc,uk.rec.cycling,rec.bicycles.tech,rec.bicycles.rides
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Default Dolan Efficient Calorie Burning Program is anti-cycle, was OT -Beethoven

On Sep 18, 8:36*am, "Edward Dolan" wrote:

Being inactive is far far worse. The real problem is the modern world
actively penalises people who want to be naturally active.

"Activity level can never keep up with caloric intake, unless you are
working like a working man of the 19th century." *- Ed Dolan

Hard physical work from dawn to dusk, without the aid of machines,
will burn enough calories. The first machines practitioners of the
Dolan Efficient Calorie Burning Programme will have to give up is the
bicycle and the tricycle, which are not inefficient enough: they burn
too few calories for the time and effort invested; machines, if
permitted at all, will have to be *much* less efficient than cycles.

Andre Jute
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