I’ve never counted them.
It has never been about my diet; with me, it is purely about exercise. I can eat like a sparrow and not lost weight but as soon as my activity levels go up, the lbs fall off.
Since last summer, I have been logging my workouts on mapmyrun and wasn’t really surprised to find that my ice-skating burns more calories than running or cycling. What was unexpected was when I split my cycle to work and back into two workouts and the calories went up! As one, 10 mile journey, the calorie burn was 567 but when I broke it down, each one was 337!
So does that mean that it is better to do a few shorter rides than one long one?