Mostly on "intelligent" design. It gives a good background of the emergence of ID, but lacks the level of science to show what piffle and quackery it is. The people involved aren't even third string thinkers. It is sad they got as far as they did, but people need to believe I guess and marketing is a powerful thing.
It is remarkable that faery tales still exert so much power. We very well may be wired for storytelling (and believing) - probably the next battleground along with fundamental physics.
So let's say you want more physical activity next year. Figuring out what to do makes sense - it turns out many activities have been measured in terms of Metlbolic Equivalents - a MET is 1 kcal/kg/hr and is the rough energy cost of sitting quietly. It is also defined as oxygen uptake in ml/kg/min with one MET being the oxygen cost of sitting quietly - 3.5ml/kg/min.
There are several limitations - this is only for time performing the activity and is not precise, but rather a relative classification system.
So here is the compendium - there are numerous entertaining entries that answer those pesky questions like "how does curling compare to sex?"
Ainsworth BE. (2002, January) The Compendium of Physical Activities Tracking Guide. Prevention Research Center, Norman J. Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina.