Sure, playing in the women’s World Cup burns a lot more energy than watching the women’s World Cup. But the number of calories expended in sports and daily activities isn’t always so obvious.

To figure it out, we dove into this database compiled by Arizona State University. It charts the energy expenditure for hundreds of activities, from mainstream (“bicycling, leisure, 5.5 mph”) to obscure (“caulking, chinking log cabin”).

As part of our sports and health series and poll with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, we’ve picked a few of our favorites.

Sweeping Or Skydiving? When Counting Calories It’s All The Same

Illustrations: Mary McLain/NPR

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