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    go for the burn

    what does "go for the burn" mean?

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    Re: go for the burn

    I think, it is a kind of game. Did u search about it on google?

    http://www.slideshare.net/GamerSize . have a look at this site. May be it is a kind of a game with which we can burn our extra calories. It's just a wild guess. I might be wrong..

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    Re: go for the burn

    To 'go for the burn' is also a phrase used by people who are exercising. It means to work hard enough that one can feel a burning sensation in the target muscles.

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    Re: go for the burn

    Quote Originally Posted by pyoung View Post
    To 'go for the burn' is also a phrase used by people who are exercising. It means to work hard enough that one can feel a burning sensation in the target muscles.

    That's what I meant to say. Doing physical exercise to burn the extra calories stored in the form of fat.

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