Remember, calories burned per hour are approximated. Also, these numbers reflect the exercise being done at a vigorous pace. People new to exercising or to these methods should be careful. First, concentrate on doing the movements correctly, then go for speed.
5. Jumping Rope: 802 Calories Per Hour
You don’t need to buy expensive workout equipment to get fit. Jumping rope burns 802 calories per hour. This could be accomplished by jumping at a moderate pace: about 100 skips per minute.
4. Kickboxing: 700 Calories Per Hour
This tough workout incorporates both cardio and fitness training. Other types of martial arts, such as Muay Thai burns a similar amount of calories.
3. Indoor Cycling: 952 Calories Per Hour
Intensity should be at 200 watts or higher. Don’t expect to burn these many calories at the beginning. But, over time, you’ll build up enough stamina.
2. Rowing: 816 Calories Per Hour
To achieve this calorie burn, rowing must be done vigorously. Many rowing machines list watts on display. Aim for 200 watts or more. (Rowing is also great for the back.)
1.Cross-Country Skiing: 850 Calories Per Hour
Part of the number of calories you burn is dependent on how adept you are at skiing. Slow, steady skiing does not create as high as a calorie burn as a brisk and vigorous trek.