Calorie Torching Activities for Anyone Who Hates the Gym
The gym isn’t for everyone. Some find it intimidating. Some find it isolating. Some just find it flat out boring. If you are one of those people that wants a more social environment, or likes to get outdoors etc. try a few of these alternatives keep you motivated while delivering results.
Canyon hiking, running or road biking
The great thing is that you can do these activities for free, solo, or in a group. Check out meetup.com. You can find groups for all the above and much more. You’ll work up a sweat while making new friends who can help keep you accountable.
If you enjoy friendly competition, check out sports leagues for adults— everything from softball to basketball— in your neighborhood. Many companies also offer intramural sports teams, so if yours does, join in the fun. Just remember to keep up the training during the off-season!
Taking a class, such as indoor yoga, kickboxing, cardio dance and so on are all great ways to obtain expert instruction affordably, fend off boredom, and get your sweat on.
You don’t have to be as good as Michael Phelps to have an effective water workout. In addition to swimming laps in a pool, you can get an excellent full-body workout with the right tools. For example, with a buoyancy belt, you can jog and cross-train underwater.
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