Calorie Burning calories Calories Counting Summer Outdoor Workout Sports Sports Bras Olympic Athlete pro athletes How Many Calories Do Watersports Really Burn?
Find out just how long you'll have to surf, swim, and snorkel to burn off those beachside margaritas.All you need is a body of water and a little sunshine and you've got the makings of a fun workout. Whether you're hitting the pool, ocean, river, or lake, one of these watersports is sure to spike your interest—and your calorie burn. We tapped Jacque Crockford, C.S.C.S., exercise physiology content manager at ACE, to give us the lowdown on the key muscles you work in the water.
The new study from ACE and a team at the University of California found that novice SUP'ers burned between 370-500 calories during a 30-minute session, while experienced paddlers moving more vigorously burned around 540-600 calories. At first glance, it may look like an upper body workout, but SUP actually primarily works the muscles of the back (erector spinae) and abdominals (rectus abdominis), the research discovered. 
Calorie Burning calories Calories Counting Summer Outdoor Workout Sports Sports Bras Olympic Athlete pro athletes How Many Calories Do Watersports Really Burn?

You'll burn 346 calories during a leisurely hour-long kayaking adventure—pick up speed and really dig your paddle into the water if you want to get even more of a burn. Kayaking hits your shoulders (deltoids), back (rhomboids, trapezius, latissimus dorsi), and core (rectus abdominus, transverse abdominus, obliques) says Crockford, and if you want to make the workout even harder, try going against the current.
Calorie Burning calories Calories Counting Summer Outdoor Workout Sports Sports Bras Olympic Athlete pro athletes How Many Calories Do Watersports Really Burn?

Freestyle and breaststroke will help you burn 692 calories per hour if you're moving fast, while freestyle at a more relaxed pace and backstroke at an average pace burns 484 calories for the same amount of time in the pool. It's a great full body workout, hitting your shoulders (deltoids), back (rhomboids, trapezius, latissimus dorsi), core (rectus abdominus, transverse abdominus, obliques), glutes, and chest, says Crockford. 
Calorie Burning calories Calories Counting Summer Outdoor Workout Sports Sports Bras Olympic Athlete pro athletes How Many Calories Do Watersports Really Burn?

While the pros probably burn more with their fancy tricks and big-wave surfing, newbies can count on shredding around 208 calories an hour catching waves. (Get started with our 14 Surfing Tips for First-Timers.) Paddling out into the ocean and then to catch waves will hit your shoulders and back while popping up on the board and riding the waves will get at your core and legs (quads, hamstrings, glutes). So even if you don't manage to stand your first time, you'll still get a great challenging workout.
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