Burn 300+ Calories in 30 Minutes With Cardio Workouts

Running outside this time of year can be rough, but the “dreadmill” isn’t your only option for Cardio exercise when the weather turns frightful. Today, we present workouts that help you to burn more than 300 calories in just 30 minutes –

1. Spinning

A vigorous workout on an indoor stationery bike blasts an average of 391 calories in 30 minutes.

spinning

2. Snowshoeing

One study found that women burn approximately 375 calories in 30 minutes while snowshoeing at a 20-minute per mile pace, the equivalent of running 10-minute miles.

Snowshoeing

3. Indoor Rowing

With a stroke that engages your legs, back, and arms, rowing uses 84 percent of your muscles for a full body workout that zaps an average of 316 calories in a half hour, according to researchers at Harvard Medical School.

rowing

4. ElliptiGO

You can torch more than 300-600 calories in just a half hour.

ElliptiGO

5. Cross Country Skiing

A true full-body workout, cross-country skiing challenges you to push and pull your body across the snow in one of two styles: classical or skate skiing. You’ll burn 300 calories in 30 minutes during a hearty workout of the classical Nordic style and more than 500 calories if you’re going all-out.

cross country skiing

6. Deep Water Running

Though it won’t feel as difficult as running on land, you’ll burn just as much fuel thanks to the natural resistance of the water, averaging 345 calories in a 30-minute workout.

deep water running

7. Zero Runner

You’ll burn approximately 100 calories per mile depending on your weight and activity level, which is similar to running,

Zero Runner

8. Cycling

You can toast 409-539 calories running between 7-9-minute miles or cycling between 16-20 mph.

cycling

Source – Shape

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