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Operating Snowblower

Operating a snow blower is often a quicker and more effective way to remove snow from sidewalks and driveways than shoveling, especially where large amounts of snowfall are concerned. Participants push a snow blower across concrete or asphalt to clear paths for walking and driving. This activity often requires strength, builds endurance and burns calories as it works the arms, legs and back.

  • Pros

    1. Works the Arms, Legs And Back
    2. Burns a Moderate Number of Calories
  • Cons

    1. May Cause Back Strain

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