1. Rollerblading – Burns 425 calories in 30 minutes
Rollerblading is number one in burning fats and calories. Its maximum efficiency comes from the alternating movements of the thighs and the back muscles on one and the other side. Big plus in rollerblading is being achieved strong effect without creating pressure on the knees and joints. “Roll” strongly in same rhythm.
2. Running – Burns 374 calories in 30 minutes
People who run often are muscular, and the reason for this is that when you run the biggest muscles are fully used. The legs, thighs, back and abdominal muscles are burning most fat and calories in the body. For maximum results, run so that your arms will be close to your body and hold your feet closer to the ground. To reduce the hits when you lower your feet on the ground, do it with the middle of the foot and the toes.
3. Jumping rope – Burns 340 calories in 30 minutes
To get the most out of each jump, use a rope which is long to your shoulders. Make a small spacing between the legs while jumping, hold the body upright and jump with a small force, and try to remain your feet closer to the ground.
For better effect: Often change the speed and the style of jumping or you can try to skip the rope while running
4. Hoop – Burns 300 calories in 30 minutes
Start with one foot placed in front of the other, and shift your weight back and forth while doing rounds you’re your body. Do not worry if you’re not so good at spinning the hoop because as a beginner you will burn a lot of calories, and with exercise your movements will improve.
5. Tennis – Burns 272 calories in 30 minutes
You do not need a partner or tennis court to practice tennis. All you need is a flat wall or garage door from which the ball can be rejected. Use alternate forehand and backhand to see how many times you can hit the ball without miss.
For better effect: Try to hit the ball 50 to 100 times without interruption. Set this goal and thus you will encourage youself to work more.
6. Energized walking – Burns 170 calories in 30 minutes
You have to walk so fast that it will be difficult for you to talk. To achieve the most of this exercise,you have to walk with short, quick steps, keep upright and move the hands back and forth.
For a better effect: Walk 1 minute as fast as you can