Disneyland Weight Loss – CHUB33
MouseWait has just launched the first Disneyland weight loss program ever created called CHUB33. Below is the MouseWait Circuit Training Workout that shows you how many calories you can burn while putting in wait times for MouseWait.
PrinceCorey, a top MouseWait user, was nice enough to give amazing detail on how to make this work – how to burn calories at the Happiest Place On Earth.
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The MouseWait Circuit by PrinceCorey
Hey CHUB33 MouseWaiters! Are you tired of spending money on fitness center fees, that you never use anyway? What are you, nuts? Most of you already have a pass to the happiest workout facility on earth! Why not get out there and burn some calories while you enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of Disneyland, helping the MouseWaiting community at the same time?
Below, I’ve outlined the official MouseWait Workout course. By taking the path described below, you’ll be able to enter wait times for every single attraction in the park, and by doing it you’ll feel less guilty about that extra churro you just had to have.
The course below is the most direct, and requires the least amount of backtracking. Be advised that some attractions do not post wait times. The more you observe, the better you’ll be at estimating wait times based on the lines you see. Or, you can always ask a cast member. And just keep in mind the running time of recurring shows (Captain E/O = 17 minutes, Mr. Lincoln = 15 minutes).
Ready? C’mon everybody! Here we gooooo!
Starting at the base of the Main Street Train Station steps, proceed up Main Street (Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln). Continue past The Hub in the direction of the Matterhorn and check Pixie Hollow on your right. Turn around and take the path on your left into Tomorrowland. Enter times for Astro Orbitor, Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters, and Star Tours. Continue into Tomorrowland and enter times for Captain E/O and Space Mountain. Head north and pick up Autopia, Monorail, and Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage.
Continue to circle through Tomorrowland and head northward again, between Matterhorn and Nemo. Enter the Matterhorn Bobsled wait time. Continue to wind north-west, heading for Toon Town, entering the time for it’s a small world along the way. In Toon Town, enter times for Roger Rabbit’s Cartoon Spin and Gadget’s Go Coaster.
Turn around and backtrack through the Toon Town gate. Swing to your right and check the time for Princess Fantasy Fair. No time is posted, so you’ll have to ask a CM. Continue down into Fantasyland, which is the motherload of wait times. As you head west, enter times for Alice in Wonderland, Mad Tea Party, Storybook Land Canal Boats, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride. Swing wide around the carousel and enter times for King Arthur’s Carousel, Casey Jr. Circus Train, Pinocchio’s Daring Journey, Snow White’s Scary Adventures, and Peter Pan’s Flight. Head out of Fantasyland by taking the side exit to the right of the main castle entrance (by the Sleeping Beauty walk-through entrance).
Walk to the right of the bandstand and through the doors that take you into Frontierland. Passing by Rancho de Zocalo, veer right and enter times for Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Head back as if to leave Frontierland toward The Hub, but take the path to your right into Adventureland. Jog left to pick up Enchanted Tiki Room, then turn back into Adventureland and enter times for Jungle Cruise and Indiana Jones Adventure.
Pass by Pirates of the Caribbean, and continue on along the Rivers of America, picking up the Haunted Mansion wait time. Press on into Critter Country and enter times for Splash Mountain and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. And you’re done!
From here, you can take a 10 minute break, see what’s happening in the Lounge (stay away from the Tigger Tails!), then take the same course in reverse.
I’ve paced the above course at just about 1.5 miles. If you can complete it in 60 minutes, you’re walking at about 1.5 miles an hour (obviously). 45 minutes is 2 miles an hour and 30 minutes is 3 miles an hour. The formula for calories burned is a little tricky, and is based on your weight. Check the chart below to find your weight and the time it takes you to complete the course. The calories burned is where the two intersect
|TIME SPENT WALKING COURSE (DISNEYLAND)|
|WEIGHT||18 min||20 min||22.5 min||25.5 min||30 min||36 min||45 min||60 min|
It’s best to take the course early, as crowds and parades will inevitably impede your success. I usually take note of three or four times and enter them at the same time, when I’m sure I’ve got a good signal. Keeps you moving more. Parts of Tomorrowland and Fantasyland are spotty, particularly later in the day.
For those interested in taking the Disney’s California Adventure Workout, the course is much simpler and a little shorter. Starting at the hub in front of the giant sun, you can walk in either direction around the outside of the park and end up back where you started. Going clockwise, enter times for:
Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sulley to the Rescue
Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
Francis’ Ladybug Boogie
Tuck and Roll’s Drive ‘Em Buggies
Heimlich’s Chew Chew Train
Toy Story Midway Mania!
Mickey’s Fun Wheel
Grizzly River Rapids
Soarin’ Over California
The opening of Carsland may complicate the path somewhat, and should increase the overall distance. As presently constituted, the course is 1.3 miles. The chart below is modified for shorter distance/times.
|TIME SPENT WALKING COURSE (DCA)|
|WEIGHT||15.5 min||17 min||20 min||22 min||26 min||31 min||39 min||45 min|
So let’s do it! Get out and get moving the MouseWait way! Track your progress! Share your success! In no time at all, you’ll graduate from CHUB33 and become a member of the mean, lean, MouseWait Army!
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