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    • modernzomgie
    • March 1, 2014

    LOL HAHAHAHAHAHA my excercise is clicking my finger, does that count?

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    • omkuberaynamaha
    • March 1, 2014
    • r15h14
    • March 1, 2014

    does masturbating count?

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    • omkuberaynamaha
    • March 1, 2014
    • ANDROID
    • March 1, 2014

    Hi.Here are some exercises you can do at home or inside a building.You can get a DVD to follow along even.Some require equipment and some don’t.

    1. Kickboxing: Burns 800 calories per hour
    Kickboxing offers a great full-body workout because it requires you to use every major muscle group and includes interval training. Your heart rate will soar and stabilize several times throughout the class, which is optimal for weight loss.Turbo Kick boxing can burn up to 800 calories in one hour-long.

    2. Biking: Burns 700 calories per hour
    You can burn up to 700 calories at your average cycling class or take to the road on your own to enjoy fresh air to boot! Just make sure you keep a pace of about 14 to 16 miles per hour to reach the 700-calorie goal.

    3. Zumba: Burns 500 or more calories per hour
    Who knew an hour of dancing could produce such results?! Because this Latin-inspired dance workout uses the principles of interval training and resistance exercise, the workout will boost your metabolism considerably. However, like any fitness regimen, the number of calories burned varies from person to person depending on weight, sex, current fitness level, and how a hard a person works out. Still the massive weight loss and toning benefits of hip-swishing and shimmying make this dance workout one of the most popular today.

    4. Jumping Rope: Burns 780 calories per hour
    Only got ten minutes? You can still squeeze in cardio with this highly effective activity, which can have you burning 130 calories every ten minutes (or 780 calories per hour). You'd have to run an eight-minute mile to burn as many calories as jumping rope for the same amount of time, making it a good choice for someone who is starting a fitness regime and may not have the endurance to maintain a fast running speed for an extended period of time. If you have limited space and time, jumping rope is the most efficient way to see results. In addition, the high-impact nature of this workout means you'll add bone mass, increasing your bone health, while you lose fat.

    5. Aerobic Step:Burns 600 calories per hour
    Aerobic step classes are high-intensity and high-impact, meaning you'll burn fat and calories. The number of calories burned depends on how high the step is, but using just a six-inch platform can allow you to burn up to 600 calories in one hour-long class.

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