5 of the most effective ways to burn calories

5 of the most effective ways to burn calories
 

We can find thousands of excuses not to work out or exercise, like work, bad mood, lack of time, and all sorts of plans. But we all want to be beautiful and healthy. Do not torture yourself with promises, like “on Monday I will start going to the gym”. The reasons of not going there and can be quite objective. However, you don’t need to go to the gym to burn unnecessary calories, shape your body, and improve your mood. Here are 5 ways to help you achieve desired results faster and with pleasure.

Roller-skating

Time: 30 minutes
Calories: 425

Roller-skating is one of the most effective and joyful ways to burn calories. You will always keep your muscles tensed (in order to maintain balance), and your arms and legs will keep moving all the time. On top of that, your joints will be much less overloaded than when jogging.

Jogging

Time: 30 minutes
Calories: 300

Typical runners usually have nice bodies. Although jogging mainly includes leg work, hands and shoulders are involved too.

Jumping rope

Time: 30 minutes
Calories: 340

All athletes find jump rope a very necessary and useful tool. Look at the boxers: they start each workout with a jumping rope. Try changing the speed when jumping. Do not jump too high.

Tennis

Time: 30 minutes
Calories: 300

And do not make excuses, like tennis court is too far, there is no one to play with, etc. All you need is a smooth wall and a racket. You can practice alone. It’s really a lot of fun, you just need to overcome your laziness!

Dancing

Time: 30 minutes
Calories: 300

This is probably the most fun way of burning calories. You can burn as many calories as you want during one night dancing. Make sure you do not drink alcohol, otherwise it is a wasted workout.

 

 

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