Plogging on Cape Cod
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Picking up litter in my neighborhood || EARTH DAY 2020 || Bruges #climatechange
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Plogging (Swedish Sport)Didn’t know I was doing it too!:)
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Jogging and picking up litter come together in ‘plogging’
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‘Plogging’ Picking Up Rubbish While Jogging Michelle’s Story
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Plogging how fitness can save the climate!
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How plogging turns an ordinary workout into a ‘treasure hunt’
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“Plogging is brilliant because it is simple and fun, while empowering everyone to help create cleaner, greener and more beautiful communities,” said Mike Rosen, former senior vice president at Keep America Beautiful, a nonprofit focused on litter prevention. The idea with plogging is that you are doing some sort of exercise while helping clean up litter. You can walk, you can jog, you can bring your. Plogging is a way to connect with nature, while helping to restore it. Oh, and you’ll burn some calories, too.
Want to make your run count even more? Try picking up some trash — it adds up!By picking up a plastic bottle or two on your run, you can help preserve ecosystems, reduce the amount of waste going into landfills, and even prevent accidents caused by road debris.
It’s a fun social activity. Plogging originated with a group of runners who wanted to be social while they ran and cleaned up the environment. Plogging is a fairly new fitness craze that is good for both you and the environment. The term was coined in Sweden in 2018, as a combination of ‘plocka upp’ (Swedish for picking up) and jogging.
The idea has spread globally. Active citizens are becoming increasingly involved in activities like beach clean-ups and litter pickups. “The process of picking up trash might help distract you from how hard and far you’ve run, allowing you to effortlessly do more,” she says. “And carrying a bag of trash as you go might even help burn more calories!”.
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A new study suggests that. Plogging not only helps keep your community litter free, it’s good for your health. Think squats while jogging. According to the Swedish-based fitness app Lifesum, thirty minutes of plogging will burn 288 calories for the average person, compared with 235 calories burned by jogging alone. “Unlike your vagina, which stops at your cervix, your anus keeps going all the way into your digestive system, which is why you want a structure that keeps the plug from getting lost inside you.
Today’s Top Stories The last thing you want to do when there’s a kink in your pipes is partake in anything that might plug you up even more. and the average healthy woman should try to.
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