Jogging and lifting weights can help you get stately beautiful muscles, but group and table dance also have many of them. Health magazines often advertise the sexy of sweaty exercises, but actually less energy-efficient sports are still effective.
The following activities require concentration, coordination and practice. They are less energy-efficient but fun and community-based, which makes it even more appealing.
1. Collective dance
What if you can dance Foxtrot, Swing or Waltz all night? The benefits of dancing are to reduce stress, boost cardiovascular health and create a positive living environment.
But that is not all. The Stanford University Dance Division has conducted a study to see if recreational activities (both physical and mental) have an effect on people’s cognitive abilities.
As a result, in all the tested activities (from tennis, swimming, reading, to crosswords), dancing achieved the highest score (dancing on a regular basis reduced the risk to 76%). dementia). The reason is that when dancing, many brain functions will be combined at the same time (including motor function, reason, music and emotions), which stimulates the connection of the neurons. Kinh.
The Count character in the movie The Big Lebowski may seem like an idle guy, but his love for bowling overcame his laziness. Playing bowling not only helps burn 240 calories / hour, it also helps to tone the upper body muscles, improve heart health, enhance respiratory ability, increase endurance and maintain bone density.
According to the Bowling World Newspaper, in every pitch, an ordinary player would swing the bowling ball at a 360o angle (200o back and 160o back to front).
In a 3-set match, a player using a 16-pound ball will swing a total of 864 pounds of mass (54 throws multiplied by 16 pounds each). When moving to throw the ball, the average player will move 60 feet in each step, after 3 sets of matches, this person will go 0.6 miles.