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Workout Ideas to Burn 100 Calories Quick


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Jump rope for 8 minutes.

 

 

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Jump roping can be an intense, calorie-scorching workout. You loved it as a kid, and now as an adult, you’ll love what it does for your body! Grab a jump rope and hop for 8 minutes straight to burn 100 calories. Or, if you’re looking for a more challenging workout, try alternating on one leg at a time for 30 seconds, back and forth.
 

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Kickbox for 10 minutes.

 

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Punch, smack, and whack your way to an amazing workout. Kickboxing is a truly killer workout and that's gained popularity in recent days, too. This is considered a high-intensity workout, meaning it's a great choice if you're looking for a major challenge. Try out a local class at your recreation center or head online and find a beginner's class there.

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Run for 10 minutes.

 

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A nice jog can leave you feeling refreshed—and burn calories quickly. The amount of calories you’ll burn running depends on how much ground you cover, and typically, 1 mile equals about 100 calories. So if you’d rather take it slow, no worries. Or if you’re pressed for time, head out for a quick sprint instead! And luckily, it's super easy to get started as a beginner; just progress at your own pace, and work up to higher speeds gradually.

 

 

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Play tennis for 11 minutes.

 

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Game, set, match your way to an endorphin rush. Grab your racket, ball, and a pal and get yourself down to the court! Or, if you don’t have anyone to play with waiting on deck, hit balls against your garage door (if it’s sturdy enough to handle your wicked forehand, that is!). Playing tennis involves tons of sprinting and it'll wear out your arms too, so it’s a great way to burn energy in a jiff.

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Bike for 12 minutes.

 

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Cycling is a great calorie burner (and a convenient way to get around). If you take your bike out for a casual spin, you’re likely to burn 100 calories in around 12 minutes. So why not leave the car in the driveway? Try biking to work, a friend’s, or the store to seamlessly weave an extra workout into your schedule.

 

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Play basketball for 12 minutes.

 

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Enjoy a fun pick up game and sweat it out in the process. Basketball can be a super exciting way to bond with friends, fill and afternoon, and fine-tune your skills. If you’re playing a full game against some opponents, then you’ll be doing a ton of running back and forth, too (hello, extra calories!). But even if you’re just shooting by yourself, that still burns around 100 calories in 20 minutes.

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Rollerblade for 12 minutes.

 

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Have fun, feel the breeze, and scorch calories on your favorite skates.   We all know that rollerblading looks amazing, but did you know that it’s also a great workout? Head out to your favorite cement path or skate park and get moving. For even more fun, grab some friends and pick a spot with great views!

 

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Swim for 13 minutes.

 

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Say goodbye to those calories with a quick, refreshing swim.   Swimming at a casual pace will burn 100 calories in just 13 minutes, so it’s a super effective workout. If you’re new to swimming and need a little help getting into the swing of things, try starting out using fins. More of a social exerciser? Try treading water with a pal and burn 11 calories per minute.
 

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Do bodyweight workouts for 14 minutes.

 

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Build muscle and break a sweat without heading to the gym. Bodyweight workouts are the perfect combination of effective and convenient. You have tons of options, too. Try pushups, throw in some crunches, challenge youself with squats pr build muscle with knee ups. In general, doing bodyweight workouts will burn different amounts of calories, but no matter which one you pick, your body's bound to benefit.
 

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Walk stairs for 14 minutes.

 

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Skip the elevator and burn a few extra calories. Simple habit tweaks can make a huge difference for your daily calories burned. Do you take an elevator up to work, school, or activities every day? Try the stairs instead—walking up the steps burns around 100 calories in 14 minutes. Plus, run up the steps instead and you’ll be able to kick those calories even quicker.
 

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Dance for 15 minutes.

 

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Who says that working out has to be boring? Grab a friend, plug in your favorite playlist, and get grooving. Dancing is a great way to burn calories without even realizing it—and though it definitely depends on how you’re moving, you can burn 100 calories in just 15 minutes. Throw in little jigs throughout the day or, if you want to kick those cals even quicker, use dumbbells or ankle weights while you dance it out.

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