An amazing activity is a good way to have a change in routine this summer. Here are some unusual exercises that can help you sweat, drop weight and feel reactivated this season.

Soccer

If you’re looking for an outdoor exercise, Soccer is a great choice. This is a team sport that includes running and kicking for the whole game. It is also accessible in pretty much all towns and cities all over the country. This can also be played with friends and you can engage the whole family too.

Ninja Warrior Training

Ninja Warrior gyms are a trend nowadays. These gyms have different obstacles that will make you jump, swing, climb, and dangle, which will surely test your strength, agility, flexibility, and endurance.  If you want to try this kind of challenging summer exercise or if you’re looking for physical activities for your energetic kids, you can join ninja warrior summer camps and have an amazing summer experience.

Rock Climbing

Climbing is a highly physical activity that awakens your whole body. It targets your arms, legs, back, and core. This is also an alternative for lifting weights. If it’s your first time to try this sport, you can visit local indoor climbing gyms that offer initial clinics. They teach basic movement methods and how to use climbing equipment. They also conduct safety training so you are prepared when you do this activity outdoors.

Stand-up Paddle Boarding

The board used in this sport looks something similar to those used for kayak and surfing. Beginners usually begin by paddling on their knees to keep their balance, then proceed to a standing position when they’ve gotten the hang of it. The effort to keep your balance engages your core and legs, while the paddling engages your arms and back.

Goat Yoga

It sounds crazy to do yoga while surrounded by goats, but it can actually uplift your positivity since this activity can give you lots of laughter. You can try this at local farms. You just need to bring your mat, bottled water, and of course your sunscreen.

Whitewater Rafting

Rafting is a water sport that’s more challenging than SUP. Rowing motions engage your arms, back, legs, and core. Make sure you’re hydrated and powered up before engaging in this activity as it can get really exhausting to keep your raft floating in the right direction.