1. Rope Jumping
Rope jumping is like running, at least when it comes to giving you a high and helping you meditate as you exercise. You will burn anywhere between 750-1047 calories per hour or 90-120 minutes (with the breaks in between). Make sure you are doing high intensity rope jumps.
Whole-body strengthening exercise is a form of cardio and requires no weights. All you have to do is jump, land softly, flex your knees and sit down, place your fingertips on the floor, and hop and push your legs back. Hop and get back to the sitting pose and then jump again. You will burn about 740-1000 calories per 90-120 minutes.
3. Scuba Diving
Swimming is your calling and you love to see the underwater world, go for scuba diving. You will burn about 800-900 calories in an hour and 15 minutes with breaks in between. Try this fun and adventurous activity that will help you shape up.
4. High Knees
Another great HIIT workout to burn about 700-900 calories in 90-120 minutes with a 1-minute break after a set of 40 reps is high knees. You will feel the burn in your quads, calf, hamstrings, and glutes. This intense cardio will also help you get rid of the belly fat and improve lung and heart health.
Cycling at 15 mph for 90-120 minutes with 2-minute breaks will help you burn about 1000 calories. You can also increase the resistance and get a more intense leg workout that will help shed fat from your calves and thighs and tone them up.
Running at 8 mph for an hour can help you burn about 700-800 calories. However, if you mix it up with sprints of 10 seconds at 13-14 mph, you will be able to burn about 1000 calories in an hour. Run in different directions and on an incline to burn the calories faster.
Swimming is a great full-body exercise. It works on almost every muscle and can be exhausting. However, you can burn 1000 calories in about 90-120 minutes with a 1-minute rest after every 10 laps. Practice various strokes to help improve your swimming skills.
Playing on the field three times a week can have a positive impact on your heart health, lung health, bones, muscles, and cognitive function. To burn about 1000 calories, you may play hockey which requires upper and lower body coordination.