You can see amazing views too!
2.Color Vibe 2016:
A 5k with a very surprising ending
3.Indoor Mountain Climbing:
Tallest Climbing Wall in the World
(You can go smaller)
4.Rock Climbing (Those who think indoor climbing is a joke):
A study in 1997 showed that cardio and energy consumed in rock climbing is similar to running at a pace between 8 and 11 minutes per mile.Plus,also helps with weight loss saying that a 155-pound person burns about 818 calories hourly during a rock-climbing ascent and 596 calories per hour while rappelling.
Also strengthens hand grip and forearms:
5.Outdoor (Or Indoor) Ice skating:
I’ve went skating at least twice,but I still cannot get over the anxiety of falling backward.
For 2 hours I would only hang on to the railings and circle around (don’t be like me)…
To get a long story short:
- Ice skating burns from 300-650 calories per hour.
- A 150lb person will burn between 600 and 800 calories while skating for one hour, which is about the equivalent of a five mile run.
- Balance,of course.(Why it’s not helping mine,¯\_(ツ)_/¯ )
NYC Ice Skating During Daytime:
NYC Ice Skating During Night:
You can try tricks too (just make sure you hang on to someone)
French Italian Alps!
You don’t have to go around the world to get the perfect spot;one could be only a few miles away from your home.
Here’s an interesting themed obstacle course if regular 5k’s sound boring to you.
The homepage doesn’t tell you exactly whats in the race,but does the say key obstacle courses to look out for:
Basically,you squat low to grab a giant stone,carry it to the other flag,then complete 5 PROPER burpees.Failure to do any of these results in 30 penalty burpees.
Title says it all.
Just jump over just a few logs of fire.
Failure to do so?30 burpees.
If your an acrophobic you might as well just start on those burpees now.
How many did you do?
Enough of that scary stuff.
For some people who are not in the adventurous side,take a stroll in a public garden or take a swim at an ocean.Just get out there and take advantage of this year.