How Many Calories Do We Need

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  • "How Many" was the leading single from the motion picture soundtrack for the film Circuit. It was released on December 3rd, 2002 and was Dayne's last single for five years, until the 2007 release of "Beautiful".
  • The energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water through 1 °C (now usually defined as 4.1868 joules)
  • The energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water through 1 °C, equal to one thousand small calories and often used to measure the energy value of foods
  • (calorie) a unit of heat equal to the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water by one degree at one atmosphere pressure; used by nutritionists to characterize the energy-producing potential in food
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  • Either of two units of heat energy
  • (caloric) of or relating to calories in food; "comparison of foods on a caloric basis"; "the caloric content of foods"
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Wii Sports Resort
Wii Sports Resort
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Set off on a journey to a tropical island where an array of fun activities await. In Wii Sports Resort, the sequel to the engaging Wii Sports, you'll discover a wide range of new sports and activities you can play anytime. Go head-to-head with your friends and family in the ultimate sports showdown set in a tropical paradise.

Water Sports

Water Sports
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Sky Diving

Sky Diving
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Compete against friends

Compete against friends
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Wii Sports ResortAbout the Game:
In Wii Sports Resort, you'll use your Wii Remote to literally swing into action. Perform realistic sports moves to take on the competition in activities that include Sword Play, Power Cruising (racing a water scooter) and Disc Dog, in which you'll toss a disc to an adorable, Mii-like dog. Become even more immersed in the action courtesy of the included Wii MotionPlus accessory, which attaches to your Wii Remote to provide even greater responsiveness and precision. With the game's easy-to-use controls, anyone can pick up a Wii Remote and leap into the game to experience all the heated competition and hilarity.
Key Game Features:
Engage in a wide range of exciting activities, including Sword Play, Power Cruising, and Disc Dog
Savor the escapism of the game's tropical island theme
Jump easily into the game no matter what your experience level thanks to easy pick-up-and-play controls
Compete against friends and family in thrilling sports showdowns
Includes the Wii MotionPlus accessory, which plugs into the base of your Wii Remote to provide a more responsive and realistic playing experience
For 1 to 4 players

Wii Sports Resort Requires Wii MotionPlus:

You're in luck! This game includes one Wii MotionPlus accessory in the box with the game. You willl want additional Wii MotionPlus add-ons for each additional controller you will use to play the game though. With the Wii MotionPlus accessory you can add even greater precision to every move you make within the game. With your motion-sensitive Wii Remote, you've swung into action, shaken things up, bowled people over, maybe even totally flipped out! Connect the Wii MotionPlus to your Wii Remote, and the accessory's additional sensors respond to the slightest motion of your wrist, allowing your most subtle movements to deliver impressive results on screen. Intuitive and easy to use, the Wii MotionPlus is compatible with a variety of Wii games to help you increase your accuracy and enhance your overall control.

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Saint Padre Pio
Saint Padre Pio
St. Padre Pio (Francesco Forgione) was born to Giuseppa and Grazio Forgione, in the small farming town of Pietrelcina, Italy on May 25, 1887. Although the Forgiones were poor in material goods, they were certainly rich in their faith life and in the love of God. Even as a young boy, Francesco had already shown signs of extraordinary gifts of grace. At the age of five, he dedicated his life to God. From his early childhood he showed a kind of recollection of spirit and a love for the religious life. His mother described him as a quiet child who, from his earliest years loved to go to church and to pray. Because he was able to see and communicate with, not only his guardian angel but also with Jesus and the Virgin Mary, as a young boy, Francesco assumed everyone had the same experiences. Once a woman who noticed his spiritual demeanor asked him, "When did you consecrate your life to God? Was it at your first Holy Communion?" and he answered, "Always, daughter, always." When he was fifteen years old, he was admitted to the novitiate of the Capuchin Order of the Friars Minor in Morcone, Italy and was admired by his Superiors and his fellow students for his exemplary behavior and his piety. One of the novices stated, "There was something which distinguished him from the other students. Whenever I saw him, he was always humble, recollected, and silent. What struck me most about Brother Pio was his love of prayer." On August 10, 1910, at the age of twenty-three, Padre Pio was ordained to the priesthood. The celebration of the Holy Mass was for Padre Pio, the center of his spirituality. Due to the long pauses of contemplative silence into which he entered at various parts of the Holy Sacrifice, his Mass could sometimes last several hours. Everything about him spoke of how intensely he was living the Passion of Christ. The parish priest in Pietrelcina called Padre Pio's Mass, "an incomprehensible mystery." When asked to shorten his Mass, Padre Pio replied, "God knows that I want to say Mass just like any other priest, but I cannot do it." His parishioners were deeply impressed by his piety and one by one they began to come to him, seeking his counsel. For many, even a few moments in his presence, proved to be a life changing experience. As the years passed, pilgrims began to come to him by the thousands from every corner of the world, drawn by the spiritual riches which flowed so freely from his extraordinary ministry. To his spiritual children he would say, "It seems to me as if Jesus has no other concern but the sanctification of your soul." Padre Pio is understood above all else as a man of prayer. Before he was thirty years old he had already reached the summit of the spiritual life known as the "unitive way" of transforming union with God. He prayed almost continuously. His prayers were usually very simple. He loved the Rosary and recommended it to others. To someone who asked him what legacy he wished to leave to his spiritual children, his brief reply was, "My child, the Rosary." He had a special mission to the souls in Purgatory and encouraged everyone to pray for them. He used to say, "We must empty Purgatory with our prayers." Padre Agostino Daniele, his confessor, director, and beloved friend said, "One admires in Padre Pio, his habitual union with God. When he speaks or is spoken to, we are aware that his heart and mind are not distracted from the thought and sentiment of God." Padre Pio suffered from poor health his entire life, once saying that his health had been declining from the time he was nine years old. After his ordination to the priesthood, he remained in his hometown of Pietrelcina and separated from his religious community for more than five years due to his precarious health. Although the cause of his prolonged and debilitating illnesses remained a mystery to his doctors, Padre Pio did not become discouraged. He offered all of his bodily sufferings to God as a sacrifice, for the conversion of souls. He experienced many spiritual sufferings as well. "I am fully convinced that my illness is due to a special permission of God," he said. Shortly after his ordination he wrote a letter to his spiritual director, Padre Benedetto Nardella, in which he asked permission to offer his life as a victim for sinners. He wrote, "For a long time I have felt in myself a need to offer myself to the Lord as a victim for poor sinners and for the souls in Purgatory. This desire has been growing continually in my heart so that it has now become what I would call a strong passion. . .It seems to me that Jesus wants this." The marks of the stigmata, the wounds of Christ, appeared on Padre Pio's body, on Friday, September 20, 1918, while he was praying before a crucifix and making his thanksgiving after Mass. He was thirty-one years old and became the first stigmatized priest in the hist
The Gears Of Change
The Gears Of Change
I have been so impatient for change in the past three years that I have failed to remember how the best change is an organic mutation of the present and like all mutations, takes cycle after cycle to regenerate and write itself into permanance. You may wake up one morning with an epiphany "Wow! I've been an asshole for thirty years and have driven away everyone who ever loved me. I vow to change myself from this day forward!!" These epiphanies are valuable because they set wheels in motion for change and give us a direction, a clarity to work with, and a goal. But change takes time if it is to be meaningful and long lasting. This past few weeks has taught me that my expectations of both myself and of others has been too great. I have unfairly expected the impossible of everyone. I started getting depressed all over again at how fat I still am, at how hard our every day is here at home, at how I have lost friends and acquaintances because I was unrealistic and wishful of the very best out of everyone. I surprised myself with an almost unprecedented show of rage that exploded out of me unexpectedly. I have seen sides of people that were unfortunate and unpleasant. I have uncovered hidden sides of myself. Then I started seeing the true change taking shape. Excruciatingly slowly- turning like rusty gears inside the machine of life. Almost unseen but felt in the soles of my feet like the buzz of noise you hear in a big city without really hearing it. Sound beyond sound. It stirs your nerves, either with excitement or dread, but it stirs you with its strong undercurrent. It's there for me to see and to hold on to. Like tiny seeds of hope I plant each spring hoping for a feast of fresh beans. Rare and precious beans like magic, filling me and everyone I love with light. The light of the sun we remember in our cold bones when we are inside the throat of winter. Gears are shifting. I am seeing the signs everywhere now. This fresh ability to make even one healthy choice for myself. To choose to eat an avocado instead of a doughnut, not out of a sense of deprivation or diet trickery, but because avocados are surely the finest food nature has ever formed and if I'm being truly honest with myself- I would always eat an avocado* instead of a doughnut if only I had realized it was a choice. Such a small thing, I know, but my body was happier eating that rich creamy ripe avocado than it ever was indulging in a doughnut. Deciding to ride my bicycle to return our movies yesterday even though it was windy and sunny (I loathe the combination of wind with sun). I don't always have the opportunity to do that. My mom was here and offered to stay with the kid while I ran my errand the long way. I rode the 6.5 mile ride cursing the wind the whole way- but I did it. I could have taken the scooter. I didn't. I'm still fat today. Change is slow. I am slower. Not drinking beer last night. Staying within my calorie goals. Drinking wine, but stopping at a moment I know I normally would have had "one more". All of these minute actions are the proof of change. Change in my spirit. Change in my habits. Change in my life. My son being diagnosed with the disorder he's been living with all his short life has been bigger change. Even more surprising is my husband learning about ADD and having the sudden realization that he most likely has ADD himself and when he looks back at himself as a kid he sees himself now in a fresh light. (A cousin in his family also has ADD.) Everything I've ever wanted to scream at my spouse about are issues that are common in people with ADD. These are changes that can not as yet be measured. Cannot be known in full. Because it unfolds at its own pace, not mine. This week, just when I was going to plummet with worry about losing this house because we have been one month behind in paying our mortgage for several months and just couldn't seem to get caught up, Philip got a paycheck considerably larger than usual and we are now caught up with our mortgage. The mortgage of this house we love. This house that seems to have prompted so many impossible situations for us financially and yet has been the perfect place to heal and gets better every day. I was just about to say that I still fear becoming too happy, that if I do- everything will come apart again. Yet it isn't really true. I know- I know that everything could fall apart again just as I reach a great and happy place in my life, but I am not fearing it. I can handle it. Perhaps not gracefully, but I can handle it. This is life. Building things up and tearing them down. It's the way of the entire universe. Entropy is king of all things. I know that so many people are going through tough times just like we have been going through- so please think on this today. Think about the kind of changes you would like to make, and after you have mapped it out begin to move. You will feel impa

how many calories do we need
how many calories do we need
EA Sports Active Accessory Pack
EA Sports Active Accessory Pack is the official accessory package for EA Sports Active, Electronic Arts' innovative and customizable fitness program for Wii. One of the major strengths of EA Sports Active is that unlike other exercise products designed for use with Wii, every exercise included in it contains built in two-player split screen support. Having a friend to workout with not only makes staying in shape fun, the added presence of a workout partner has been proven to affect ongoing motivation towards reaching fitness goals. This is where the EA Sports Active Accessory Pack comes in.
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EA Sports Active Accessory Pack with accessories out of box

Multiplayer fitness accessories.
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Two women working out in EA Sports Active multiplayer mode

Workout with a friend in multiplayer.
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Two kids playing in EA Sports Active multiplayer mode

Or have fun with family.
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What's in the Accessory Pack?
The two-piece EA Sports Active Accessory Pack consists of one adjustable leg strap designed to hold a Wii Remote and one stretchable resistance band, with handles at either end. The leg strap is used in a wide variety of EA Sports Active cardio based exercises, including jogging, tennis, cardio boxing and many more. The resistance band is used in just as many exercises where adding extra tension on arms and legs is beneficial. These two accessories, along with your copy of EA Sports Active and Wii Remote/nunchuck controller (each sold separately), are all you need to turn the single player exercise routines of EA Sports Active into the fun, fat-burning multiplayer experience you have been looking for.
EA Sports Active Gameplay
Designed around the standard Wii Remote/Nunchuck tethered controller configuration, EA Sports Active's interactive fitness program is more focused on physical activities than previous 'fitness' titles for the Wii, but still challenges you to have fun while developing a more healthy lifestyle. Separated into the three sections of workout, nutrition, lifestyle, and other activity, the user's experience begins with a pep talk from Bob Greene which quickly transitions into the beginnings of action as players set up profiles, choose a virtual personal trainer and enter baseline data like age, weight, gender, fitness goals, etc. Although the nutrition, lifestyle, and other activity sections add a holistic element facilitated by a mix of surveys and data input, building fitness through physical activity is the driving force behind EA Sports Active and as such the meat of the content resides in the workout section. Here players will find dozens of themed strength training and cardio workouts which can be customized as you choose and linked into circuit training routines. These routines are introduced and monitored by your personal trainer, and allow for ongoing player motivation via real-time feedback on your workout form, an approximation of calories burned and the ability to adjust levels of exercise intensity.
Key Features
EA Sports Active Accessory Pack.
Leg Strap - Used in conjunction with a Wii Remote controller configuration, your movements tracked on-screen with this adjustable, specially-designed leg strap.
Resistance Band - Increase the intensity of bicep curls, shoulder presses and many other exercises.
EA Sports Active (not included with accessory pack).
Active Fitness Made Fun & Easy - 20 minute circuits feature a variety of familiar activities that target upper body, lower body as well as cardio. Start off with a light jog, followed by bicep curls and get your heart beating with some cardio boxing.
Benefit of a Virtual Personal Trainer - Your trainer will be the focal point of the experience guiding you towards your own version of personal achievement. Feedback will be given throughout your workout, keeping you on track to reach your fitness goals.
The 30 Day Challenge - Take the 30 Day Challenge and experience tailor made 20 minute workouts to your level of fitness. Circuits will change as you progress each day, and EA Sports Active will track calories, intensity and progress throughout your journey.
New Way to Play - Slip the Nunchuk into the specially designed leg strap and hold the Wii Remote in your hand to track your movements from both your upper and lower body. A resistance band is also included to increase the intensity of exercises such as bicep curls and shoulder presses.
Workout Your Way - Circuits can be customized to your interest and fitness level. Choose your duration, intensity level and set your own goals for calories burned and workout score.
Track Your Progress - Expand your Fitness IQ and keep track of your workouts inside and outside of EA Sports Active with the in-game Journal.
Workout with a Friend - Burn calories with a friend as you both workout through routines together in a co-operative mode.
Wii Balance Board Compatibility - Get more out of your EA SPORTS Active workout using a Wii Balance Board with added functionality for many of exercises.

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