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Friday, July 3, 2020

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New Ideas Of Outdoor Training After COVID-19

First of all, now that in the majority of countries the measurements and lockdowns are starting to retreat but gym indoor training is still forbidden. Actually, with warmer days and lighter evenings, now is the perfect time to be active outside. Extensive research has been conducted on the benefits of outdoor exercise.

And, unsurprisingly, it has shown that it is hugely beneficial to our wellbeing and mental as well as physical health. Just five minutes of exercise outdoors can improve happiness and significantly reduce stress levels. Not only that, but you are actually more likely to repeat an outdoor exercise session rather than an indoor gym routine.

Please check below the list with outdoor activities you should start today:

  1. Inline Skating (Calories burned per hour: 360 per hour)
    Want a fun way to get fit? Inline skating is the perfect option.  It is a multi-disciplinary sport and can refer to a number of activities practiced using inline skates. You can enjoy the sunshine at your local park while still getting a great workout. One of the great things about inline skating is that it is an activity that can be enjoyed by the entire family.

    And let’s just face it, today’s world moves very fast, and sometimes the time you have to spend with your family just seems like it is too little. Inline skating is the perfect choice to get your family together and spend some quality time. According to medical research, rollerskating and Inline Skating rank in the top 3 activities that improve or maintain physical fitness and general well-being.  The medical world has declared Inline Skating better for your health than jogging.  Inline Skating at 20 MPH, a skater burns 6 calories per minute or 360 calories per hour.

  2. Hiking (Calories burned per hour: 430-440)
    Hiking is the most versatile outdoor workout that allows you to blast 430-440 calories per hour while soaking up nature’s beauty. Go wherever you want and walk as fast as you like.

    It’s also a great workout to get the whole family involved with. hiking is a good way to improve your cardiovascular fitness, particularly if your route includes some hills, which will force your heart to work harder. Taking a hike on the slightly uneven surface of a trail also provides a natural way to engage the core muscles in your torso and to hone your balance skills.

  3. Tennis (Calories burned per hour: 544)
    Tennis is a good sport for maintaining health, fitness, strength, and agility. It also has social and psychological benefits. If the sight of Rafael Nadal pounding balls around in his tennis whites at Wimbledon isn’t inspiration enough, an hour of tennis can burn up to 544 calories. Agility, coordination, and the toned arms of Maria Sharapova are just a few racquet swings away.

    It improves hand-eye coordination and develops muscles needed for the stops, starts and sideways movements that characterize tennis. Tennis also improves flexibility and burns fat. The more you can replace fat with lean muscle, the more efficiently you’ll burn calories and lose weight.

  4. Kayak (Calories burned per hour: 300)
    Who wants to be stuck on a rowing machine when you could be out on the ocean paddling through the waves for real? It is no secret that kayaking provides great exercise.

    Balancing the boat engages the lower back as well as abdominal muscles, while paddling does a great job of engaging the upper body muscles. Kayaking is fantastic for your core strength and a fun way to enjoy the sea.

  5. Running (Calories burned per hour: 600-700)
    Never been a fan of running? We are about to change your mind. Start chasing these awesome benefits of running. Running helps not only exercises burn calories while you’re working out.

    The bonus is that when you exercise, the burn continues after you stop. It’s long been known that running increases bone mass, and even helps prevent age-related bone loss. Moreover, it will help you reduce your risk of cancer.

  6. Cycling (Calories burned per hour: 450-750)
    Whether it’s a leisurely afternoon ride through the country or a hardcore mountain biking trail, everybody loves cycling. But it needn’t be a once-in-a-blue-moon activity. The benefits of cycling are almost as endless as the country lanes you could soon be exploring.

    If you’re considering taking up cycling and weighing it up against other potential activities, then we’re here to tell you that cycling is hands down one of the best options. The resistance element of cycling means that it doesn’t just burn fat: it also builds muscle – particularly around the glutes, hamstrings, quads, and calves. Muscle is leaner than fat, and people with a higher percentage of muscle burn more calories even when sedentary.


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Antonia Maria Markou
Antonia Maria Markou is a staff writer at CEOWORLD magazine, who sometimes dips her hand into the honeypot of news. She adores finding organic editorial gems while working to grow the CEOWORLD magazine brand. Connect with her on LinkedIn. Got a story idea? Email her: antonia@ceoworld.biz