8 Fun hobbies that will help you stay in shape!

We all have our own set of hobbies and interests. What could be better than utilizing these hobbies to remain fit and healthy? Here is a list of fun hobbies that will help you be in shape and if not, help you lose those extra pounds.

8 Fun hobbies that will help you stay in shape!

HIKING

This ancient and popular hobby is an immensely power packed cardio workout that not just activates the mind but also rejuvenises ones soul. Hiking is proven to improve bone density and blood pressure. Developing a hobby as such as hiking results in a cheerful mood and bonds your nature. It is meditative in nature and has colossal healing powers.

 

 

GARDENING

Gardening is a great way to stay fit. Gardening involved activities like digging, watering, fertilizing, gathering produce etc. that demands a lot of muscle deeds. Performing these activities work different muscle groups in your body and helps you stay fit.

 

 

CYCLING

8 Fun hobbies that will help you stay in shape!

Take out that dusted cycle dumped in your garage for years and make it your mode of transportation. Revive your childhood days when fuel was never on the expenditure list and start bicycling. Go for grocery shopping or pay a visit to your friend in the neighborhood. It is not just fun but is also a great exercise.

 

FISHING

You must be wondering that how fishing can improve your fitness. Well! Fishing is usually possible only in remote place which would require you to walk and climb places. And to note, you will be walking or climbing these places with your fishing kit which you will have to bring forth and back. And to add on, the fresh fish you catch, cook and eat has several health benefits as well.

 

 

SWIMMING

8 Fun hobbies that will help you stay in shape!

Swimming is the best way to burn those extra calories showing at your love handles. It is a really old form of exercise that not just results in a flexible and toned body but helps you maintain healthy cholesterol level too.  Swimming brings your cardiovascular muscles into function and helps you in building muscles. It helps you improve your overall fitness.

 

 

SKIPPING

It is time to invite those skipping challenges back. Remember those days when all you needed to spend a good and fun evening was a skipping rope. Bring that back again. Call your friends and arrange skipping game. You can do this easily on a terrace or a local park. The skipping rope can also be utilized for other rope games such as action jumping and jump rope relays.

 

 

HORSE RIDING

8 Fun hobbies that will help you stay in shape!

You will not just have a regal and majestic beast as your partner, your fitness will get several notches better day by day. Horse riding is a great way to get rid of those extra kilos and build an agile body.  This activity can work wonders for your legs as it is a horse riding requires tremendous thigh muscle power. Your body will also be rewarded with improved balance and solidity.

 

 

POLE DANCING

This sounds exciting. Isn’t it? Just as it sounds, so it is. Pole dancing requires you to spin, twirl and flex which allows your entire body to work out at one go. This hobby will result in great arm strength and your body will learn how to strike balance. This will also help you explore your sensual side and you will soon be witnessing sexy moves that you never thought you had it in you.

 

There are other hobbies like Zumba and Yoga that help you stay fit. Rock climbing is also a fun way to maintain overall fitness. Similarly, there are various other hobbies that you should explore that involve muscle activity.

 

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About Ashwati Mohan

Ashwathi is an enthusiastic traveller and dancer with a passion for movies and music. Hailing from an Army background, she considers herself fortunate enough to have experienced the diverse cultures that India boasts of. She is a graduate in Journalism and Mass Communications and has worked in print, radio and television.

  

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