Directly associating food calories with specific exercises as "punishment" for burning said calories breeds disordered eating thinking and should be avoided in regards to general human sensitivity. Also, it has been proven that creating a sense of shame in an individual does not produce positive fitness-related results. There is a huge disconnect happening here.
Secondly, every single individual will burn a different amount of calories doing the same exact exercise. Our bodies are different from one-another's and there is no way you and I will burn the same amount of calories doing 10 pushups each. It's just not how thermodynamics works. The range can be dramatic as well. You walking a mile might burn 80 calories while my mile might burn 120 calories.
Lastly, there is a difference between net calories burned vs gross calories burned. Your body burns calories while at a rested state and your activity calories burned adds to that overall calorie burned count. It's a precise math and science and there is no way you can say that a 200 calorie candy bar equates to a specific amount of a specific exercise performed.
It also does not take into account that some of the exercises mentioned are strength exercises vs. cardio exercises. When performing a resistance based strength exercise, you not only burn calories in the time it takes to complete the exercise, but the exercise results in the building of muscle mass, which in and of itself also burns calories for a period after the exercise is performed.
Want to lose weight? Eat less calories than you burn ON AVERAGE and OVER TIME.
Have a frickin candy bar today, for crying out loud.