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4 Ways to Burn Off a Slice of Pie

March 14 (3.14) is Pi Day, and you don't have to be a mathematician to celebrate. A delicious, yummy pie (get it? Pi/pie?) is the perfect way to mark the day — for all you non-math types out there, pi is the symbol that represents “the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.”

We recommend baking a pie, throwing a Pi Party and/or simply enjoying a slice ... and then working it off with one of the four workouts below.

Here’s a great pie recipe to get you started:
eHow’s Blackberry Summer Ale Pie

Blackberry pie

Yield: 1 pie
Servings: 6

the full nutritional information in MyPlate.

Calories: 386
Fat: 10 grams
Carbohydrates: 72 grams
Protein: 3 grams

To work off the 386 calories in a slice of this pie, try one of these workouts:

1. Walk for 90 minutes at a three-mile-per hour pace.
2. Run approximately 38 minutes at a 10-minute mile pace.
3. Use a rowing machine for 38 minutes.
4. Do the 31-minute STRONGER Explosion workout video.

side profile of a young woman exercising on a rowing machine in a gym

Enjoy Pi Day! You know I will be eating some Paleo Pumpkin Pie or maybe Strawberry-Rhubarb pie…

– Jess

Readers - Are you a fan of pie? Were you aware that March 14 was Pi Day? Do you have a favorite type of pie or favorite pie recipe? What is it? Leave a comment below and let us know.

Jess Barron is Editor-in-Chief of LIVESTRONG.COM. Read some of her other health and fitness articles here. A longtime foodie and fan of Farmer’s Market fare, Jess particularly loves heirloom tomatoes, fresh figs with burrata cheese, and anything with pumpkin or peanut butter in it! Her love for food fuels her desire to exercise daily. In the summer of 2012 Jess lost 20 pounds in a test group for a new fitness program. Some of her favorite workout routines include walking, running, yoga, P90X, INSANITY, and mixed martial arts. Jess’s writing can also be found at She has appeared on MSNBC’s “The Most,” ABC News Now, and XM satellite radio and her writing has appeared on and Yahoo!

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