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The average Thanksgiving dinner contains 3,000 calories, so we created six 500-calorie workouts so you can enjoy every bite guilt-free—bring on the mashed potatoes!
Don’t skimp on the turkey and gravy or turn down that slice of pie. Enjoy the annual American grub fest without any regrets this year—all 3,000 calories of it.
Work up an appetite, then work off that green bean casserole with these six 500-calorie workouts* inspired by a classic Thanksgiving Day meal. Just click on each of the six turkey-day favorites on the plates below to see the workouts created by Gold’s Gym Fitness Institute trainer Adam Friedman.
And don't forget that the Friday after Thanksgiving every year is Trim the Fat Friday at Gold's Gym. We open our doors to anyone who wants to get in a good post-chow-down workout free of charge. So spend this Black Friday with loved ones at the gym instead of the mall—your body and credit card will thank you.
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*500-calorie workouts based on 150-pound man. Calorie output varies depending on person’s size and weight, level of fitness, speed on fitness machines and weight of dumbbells used in weight-lifting exercises.
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