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A trip to the park doesn't mean you have to throw away your exercise for the day. These lawn games get you moving and torch cals, but they're so fun you won't even realize you're getting in a workout.

Sneaky Ways to Burn Up to 500 Calories This Summer

Bump, set, and spike your way slim with this competitive sport turned amateur favorite. Even if you've never played before, you can burn up to 500 calories per hour, according to John Rowley, personal trainer and director of wellness at the International Sports Sciences Association. Thanks to jumping and quick, lateral movements, it will get your heart pounding and chisel your legs all at once. (For more volleyball inspo.
Sneaky Ways to Burn Up to 500 Calories This Summer

Net or no net, you'll get a killer workout as you lunge side-to-side trying to keep the ball up in the air. Plyometric-like moves and frequent changes of direction engage your core and help build power in the lower body. Plus, you'll burn 400 calories per hour without even noticing how hard you're working.
Sneaky Ways to Burn Up to 500 Calories This Summer

You've probably seen more and more spikeballgames on the beach in recent years. In this foursquare-meets-volleyball hybrid, two teams of two players each surround a round net. Once the ball is served, there are no boundaries, so you can run, leap, and dive just about anywhere in order to keep the ball in play. Not only does this sport turn even the most novice player into a fierce competitor, it also has impressive fitness stats: In the average 15-minute game, players take approximately 831 steps, burn 116 calories, and reach an average heart rate of 134, according to the company's research from Fitbit.
Sneaky Ways to Burn Up to 500 Calories This Summer

According to Fitbit ambassador Harley Pasternak, frisbee is one of the best ways to clock in some extra aerobic work. Your heart rate will soar and, if you play it on the beach, the extra resistance turns the playful backyard sport into a serious muscle toner. After an hour and 208 calories, you'll be ready for some much needed post-game R&R. (We're not kidding: 
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