3 cheap fitness activities

If you have no money to invest in expensive gym subscriptions and training, you must know that you have at least 3 choices, very effective and cheap in the same time, in which you can maintain your body fit. Here they are, the 3 cheap fitness activities that promise you a slender body!

If you have no money to invest in expensive gym subscriptions and training, you must know that you have at least 3 choices, very effective and cheap in the same time, in which you can maintain your body fit. Here they are, the 3 cheap fitness activities that promise you a slender body!

Walking

Well, what could be more pleasant than an evening walk in the park for a minimum of 30 minutes? Don’t get nervous because of the cold weather, your body doesn’t consider it! While you relax and relieve the stress of the day, walking is good for breathing, back and legs, keeping away your joints from shock. Just invest in a pair of comfortable shoes and get well dresses so you won’t get a cold.

[singlepic id=999 h=150 float=left]Roller skating

As soon as the sidewalks are dry, put in your feet the rolls and start skating! Take a full tour of the park situated near you. Roller skating burns many more calories than you thought and works your muscles, especially buttocks, abdomen muscles and legs. In addition, it is very relaxing and you get rid of the pain that other sports can cause.

[singlepic id=1000 h=150 float=right]Cycling

Bike is a custom accessory for a healthy lifestyle. If you opt for this type of moving activity, you should know that will help you work your muscles, improve your heart rate, and last but not least, you will protect your joints. It is suitable for cardiac’s, whereas the rhythm varies depending on your preference and mood.

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2 Comments

  • Hey Diana,
    Yes, indeed, it is interesting to find out how many calories you can burn doing different fitness activities.
    I will do some research and come back with the information you asked for.
    Kisses.

  • It would be nice to see what calories every activity would cut off. I found out that walking loses 100 calories per mile for a 180 pound person.

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