10 Exercises That Burn More Calories than Running

You don't need to pound the pavement to burn calories. This article from Men's Health offers 10 great alternatives.

Indoor Rowing

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Indoor Rowing

A 185-pound guy can burn 377 calories during 30 minutes of vigorous rowing, or about 12.5 calorie per minute, reports a Harvard University study.

And because you need to utilize the muscles in your arms, legs, and back for efficient strokes, it's a great total-body trainer.

Rowing is also very low impact, meaning it won't subject your joins to the same degree of pounding they'd endure while running on a treadmill.

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A 185-pound guy can burn 377 calories during 30 minutes of vigorous rowing, or about 12.5 calorie per minute, reports a Harvard University study.

And because you need to utilize the muscles in your arms, legs, and back for efficient strokes, it's a great total-body trainer.

Rowing is also very low impact, meaning it won't subject your joins to the same degree of pounding they'd endure while running on a treadmill.

We can only imagine the calorie-burning pace that Brian Shaw, four-time World's Strongest Man, set when he smashed the 100m Rowing world record.

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