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4 Winter Activities that Burn Major Calories. by Jodi Helmer. January 11, 2018. Winter activities — and even some outdoor chores like shoveling the driveway — are excellent ways to stay fit and have fun all season long. *Calorie burn is based on a.
4 Outdoor Activities to Burn More Calories in the Winter 1. Start A Snowball Fight. Need a fun, competitive way to burn more calories in the winter? Start a snowball fight with 2. Head to the Ice Skating Rink.
Ice skating isn’t just a fun winter activity – it’s also a great way to burn. If you’re a fan of ice hockey, playing a game for an hour can burn 400 to 600 calories. This winter activity is a great way to work your legs outside of the gym. It also gets your cardio in for the day.
Snowshoeing. Snowshoeing can burn 400 to 600 calories per hour or more. Your calorie burn depends on the terrain (relatively flat to mountainous) and your speed. This is also a really good activity to work your legs and. January 26, 2018 Top Winter Activities to Burn Away Calories.
Your exercise regimen doesn’t have to cease during these cold weather months. In fact, now is the perfect time to enjoy some seriously sweat-inducing activities that can often be turned into fun for the entire family. Ice skating is a great reason to get out of the house. It’s a great activity to do with friends, family or as a date. Whether you just want to skate around the rink or dance on ice, it’s a fun and relaxing sport.
Depending on your activity level, you can burn up to 500 calories. And it’s. Sledding – Sledding incorporates a great workout with some winter fun. Climbing to the top of a hill to sled back down is great for leg muscles and.
This winter activity can be an enjoyable way to burn some calories and spend the evening with loved ones. In an hour of light ice skating, you can burn off nearly 400 calories. For those who crank it up to speed skating, you will also crank up the caloric output to over 1000 calories per hour.
Calories burned (160 lbs.): 256 Calories burned (200 lbs.): 319 Calories burned (240 lbs.): 382. Canoeing, which involves rowing from a seated position, requires upper body and core strength. Aspiring paddlers should keep in mind that trekking to a suitable body of water with a canoe can take extra time and energy and burn additional. Fun fact: Chess players can burn up to 6,000 calories a day during a tournament, according to ESPN.That number is based on “breathing rates (which triple during competition), blood pressure (which elevates) and muscle contractions before, during and after major tournaments,” putting their stress response on par with elite athletes.
In fact, cleaning up your home for the next family holiday get-together burns almost 200 calories in an hour. Snowskiing. Head downhill and you’ll burn off 330 calories worth of Christmas junkfood.
Head crosscountry instead, and the calories burned.
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