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Inline Skating Workout
Inline skating is similar to old-fashioned roller-blading, except the skates are like ice skates with a series of wheels and a break at the back of the boot. Inline skating is a good way to burn calories and reduce fat on thighs. Best of all, its great fun! Inline skating helps relieve stress and many people report a great feeling of physical freedom during a skating session.
How Does Inline Skating Help Weight Loss?
Inline skating burns as much body fat and calories as treadmill running, stepping or rowing - but it is arguably much more fun. It provides a cardiovascular workout comparable to running, without stressing the joints. Inline skating tones and strengthens the lower body and torso, including the calves, thighs, butt (glutes, quads) and to a lesser degree the stomach (abs).
How Many Calories Does Inline Skating Burn?
30 minutes burns about 170-240 calories. [This is based on a 150-pound woman. If you weigh more, youll burn extra calories; if you weigh less, youll burn fewer calories.]
How Often Should I Skate For Optimum Weight Loss?
How To Start Inline Skating
Learn the basic movements for example braking is important and difficult for some people to learn. Consider signing up for a course to learn the proper techniques, it may save you a lot of bruises. Find a smooth surface with no traffic to practice, maybe an empty parking lot. Many people who ice skate, find the transition to inline skating relatively easy.
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