"Candy Corn" Halloween EBOOST Energy "Energy Boost" "Natural Energy" "Green Tea" Vitamins "Super Nutrients" It’s Halloween! And that means bags of candy creeping around every corner of your house, every office cubicle and every grocery store check-out counter. A little mini chocolate bar or a bag of candy corn here and there aren’t going to do too much damage to your waistline, as long as you put in a little extra exercise leading up to the big day. It’ll take  39 minutes of cycling to burn off 5 mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, and 5 minutes of running to cancel out that fun-size bag of Skittles. Here are some Halloween EXORCISES to keep your GHOULISH figure in check!

Gone Batty!

Want a new and fun way to stretch before working out? Do what the heavy-hitters do - pick up a baseball bat! Here are some major league bat exercises to help you loosen muscles in your arms, lower back, neck and shoulders.

The Booooo-ty Buster

You know that lunges are the ultimate exercise to target your glutes and thighs. But did you know that lunges are efficient calorie burners, too? Ten minutes of lunges burn approximately 50 calories. That’s about the equivalent of two Hershey’s Kisses!

The Belly Lugosi

Target your tummy with the perfect abdominal crunch. Done on either the floor - or to challenge your core - an exercise ball, in 3-5 minutes this torso trimmer will make you feel a little tighter after those tasty treats.

Give Your Spirit a Little Boooooooooost!

EBOOST Energy "Energy Boost" "Natural Energy" "Green Tea" Vitamins "Super Nutrients" Orange EBOOST garnished with some black gummy worms are the perfect Halloween cocktail!  A quick BOOST before Trick-Or-Treating with the kids will keep you energized and hydrated all night long!

Send Us Your Candy Killers!

What are your favorite exercises for burning off those candy calories? Post your best tip on our Facebook page or tweet it mentioning @EBOOST and using hashtag #CandyKillers. Our favorite tip will win a box of our new Orange Energy Shots! Contest ends at midnight PST on Sunday November 4.