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06/04/14

Benefits of Inline Skating

JUST WHAT ARE THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF INLINE SKATING?

 

According to medical research, rollerskating and Inline Skating rank in the top 3 activities that improve or maintain physical fitness and general well-being.  The medical world has declared Inline Skating better for your health than jogging.  Inline Skating at 20 MPH, a skater burns 6 calories per minute or 360 calories per hour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMPARE THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF VARIOUS FORMS OF EXERCISE

  Stamina Muscular
Endurance
Muscular
Strength
Flexibility Balance Weight
Control
Muscle Definition Digestion Sleep Total
Score
Jogging 21 20 17 9 17 21 14 13 16 148
Bicycling 19 18 16 9 18 20 15 12 15 142
Inline Skating 18 17 15 13 20 17 14 11 15 140
Swimming 21 20 14 15 12 15 14 13 16 140
Handball 19 18 15 16 17 19 11 13 12 140
Skiing X-Country 19 19 15 14 16 17 12 12 15 139
Skiing Downhill 16 18 15 14 21 15 14 9 12 134
Basketball 19 17 15 13 16 19 13 10 12 134
Tennis 16 16 14 14 16 16 13 12 11 128
Walking 13 14 11 7 8 13 11 11 14 102
Golf 8 8 9 8 8 6 6 7 6 66
Softball 6 8 7 9 7 7 5 8 7 64
Bowling 5 5 5 7 6 5 5 7 6 51

     
INLINE SKATING TO STAY IN SHAPE

You can stay in shape just by Inline Skating three times a week for 2 hour sessions.  At the Forum, you can accomplish this in the climate controlled comfort of our indoor rink.
If you are over thirty-five, you should consult with your doctor to see just how much Inline Skating he/she recommends for your age group.

If you are over sixty-five, it is recommended that you have a physical checkup first. Your doctor can advise you on the right amount of exercise for you.

 

INLINE SKATING FOR WEIGHT CONTROL

Regular Inline Skating not only burns about 6 calories a minute, or 360 calories an hour, but also turns fat into muscle - a double benefit.  For best result, it is recommended that you skating on a regular basis.  That's easy to do in our climate controlled facility.  Remember that the faster you skate, the more calories you'll burn.

 

A few tips on eating and skating:

  • It's a good idea not to each too much just before skating.  It's better to eat afterwards.
  • eating fattening foods will just replace the calories you've just burned off
  • Remember that it's a gradual process.  Check your progress after you've been skating for about a month.  A gradual improvement will be longer lasting.

 

Benefits of Inline Skating to Get in Shape

  • turn flab into muscle
  • easier to breath
  • be able to think more clearly
  • have a more positive outlook on life.
  • be more physically fit (see the table above)