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Burn Up the Calories using These Excersices

Need to get in shape quick? Smolder more calories! Simpler said than done – right? It appears that you need to do each practice out there for quite a long time just to blaze a couple of measly calories. That is not what you need. You need your practice to be fun and to smolder the most calories conceivable. So which practices do you do? Look at this rundown and see which of these fat blazing activities is for you.

# Kickboxing

This activity burns a whopping 500 calories per hour and it’s different and fun. You can either choose to join a class at your local gym or buy a DVD and exercise in the privacy of your home.

# Dancing

Modern dance and ballet burn 354 calories per hour. If these type of dances aren’t your style, check out exercise videos online. There are many that feature dancing and are loads of fun.

# Shop Till You Drop

When the weather gets bad and you can’t exercise outside, try the mall. If you walk along at a good pace (and don’t get sidetracked window shopping) you can burn 384 calories per hour. If your mall is big enough to have stairs, add in a flight or two to really kick up the calorie burn.

# Ride a Bike

Have an old stationary bike sitting around? If you don’t, I bet you know someone who does. An hour on a bike will burn 400 calories in an hour, but if you ride at a hard pace, you can expect to burn up to 620 calories per hour.

# Racquetball

If you’re a beginner, you’ll burn about 400 calories in an hour, but if you really get into the game, you can burn almost 600 calories.

# Roller Skate

Have kids? Take them roller skating. No kids? Go and act like a kid yourself. Have a great time and burn 400 calories an hour.

# Skiing

If you happen to live in a part of the country that gets plenty of snow, try your hand at cross-country skiing. One hour of skiing will burn a hefty 900 calories. You get great exercise, great calorie burn, and great scenery all in one shot.

Any of the above activities would be a great start toward burning calories. To keep from getting bored and to keep your body on its toes, alternate between the activities. With this list, you can be sure you are burning as many calories as possible and having fun at the same time.