How about cycling? If you get on your bike and cycle at 10 mph for 45 minutes (that’s 7.5 miles) you’ve burnt 300 calories. That’s the equivalent of cycling 3.25 miles and back.
...and spinning? If you are doing a Spinning class, you can burn 300 calories in a 30 minute session.
What about Step Aerobics? Using a 6-8 inch step you can burn 300 calories in 1 hour.
What about Zumba? You can burn 300 calories in a 45 minute Zumba class
Skipping? You have to skip for 20 minutes to burn off 300 calories.
Swimming laps at a moderate pace? To burn 300 calories, you should swim for 30 minutes. This assumes a moderate (not leisurely) pace.
Rowing machine (vigorous effort)? Working at a high resistance, going as hard as possible, you would still need to spend 30 minutes on the rowing machine to get rid of those mars bar calories!
No Quick Fix
There is no quick and easy way to burn calories. So next time you tuck into your 4th donut, ask yourself, “Am I ready to spend the next 2 hours in the gym?!”
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