Swimming works numerous muscle groups and is low-impact. “In 30 minutes of swimming, an average person can burn 200 to 300 calories,” Saltos explains. Swimming boosts cardiovascular health, endurance, and strength

A lovely evening bike ride is a fantastic workout and a great way to enjoy the weather. Saltos says a lengthy, steady bike ride burns 500–700 calories per hour. H

For intensity, HIIT activities are ideal. These workouts contain intervals of hard labor and recuperation. Saltos explains, “There are so many versions of HIIT, but traditional Tabata involves pushing yourself for 20 seconds and resting for 10 seconds

Playground favorites can improve your health. Saltos claims jumping rope strengthens the lower and upper body and improves endurance and cardiovascular fitness. Jumping requires mental effort, which improves coordination.

Strength training is an effective calorie burner. “One hour of strength training can burn 300 to 400 calories on average, but the EPOC effect will keep you burning calories throughout the day

Boxing releases energy, improves balance, endurance, and upper body and core strength. “The average person burns up 500 to 800 calories in an hour session,” Saltos explains.

Rowing works the arms, core, and back, burning calories. “On average, rowing burns 400 to 600 calories per hour,” Saltos explains.

Calisthenics uses body weight for rhythmic complex and strength-training workouts. According to Patricia Greaves, C.P.T., corrective exercise specialist, nutrition coach, and creator of StrongHer Personal Training

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