Starting with last night's Opening Ceremonies, it's safe to say the biggest Winter Olympics fans among us may be tempted to spend a little too much time on the couch.
Luckily, the athletes at the top of their game are more than a little inspiring. And while you're probably not about to head out to the backyard for a little luge or skeleton practice, many of the other winter Olympic sports are easily-accessible for the average weekend warrior.
Below are a few of the events you (yes, you!) can partake in, plus how many calories you can expect to burn doing each one. (All counts are approximate and based on a 150-pound person.)
An hour of moderate-intensity downhill skiing will burn off 612 calories
, according to the American Council on Exercise, while an hour of cross-country action will torch 816.
Spend an hour at your local curling club and you'll say buh-bye to 272 calories
, according to MyFitnessPal.
Half an hour of light skating will shave off 196 calories
, according to Self.com
If you're partial to high-speed action, speed skating can torch 510 calories
in 30 minutes, according to MyFitnessPal.
Grab some pals and hit the rink: Ice hockey burns 544 calories
per hour, according to MyFitnessPal.
You don't have to be able to land Shaun White's tricks to burn 429 calories
in an hour of moderate snowboarding.