Sure, running a few miles outside or hitting the gym every day to lift weights are both good ways to get exercise, but why not try something completely out of the box? These workouts are fun and unconventional ways to switch up your usual routine.
Want to blow off some steam and burn some calories while you’re at it? Axe throwing may be the answer. The workout itself is pretty self-explanatory (as you can gather from the name)—you throw axes at large targets and try to hit the bulls-eye as many times as you can. It makes for a stress-relieving and fun group workout activity on the weekend.
Yoga on the beach during sunrise is truly something special, but why not go the opposite route on occasion and try yoga by moonlight? This trend is slowly but surely becoming more popular in cities across the US. It’s perfect for people who prefer night workouts to morning, and the outside feature can do wonders for your mind and body connection.
We all know—and either love or hate—the indoor cycling trend. If even that isn’t enough for you, consider taking a class in the water. An underwater cycling class may sound intimidating, but once you try it, you’ll understand the hype. If you thought pedaling to the beat of the music was tough, pedaling against the resistance of water will be the ultimate muscle-tester.
No, this isn’t a typo. This cardio fitness class is making waves across the country, one surf-inspired movement at a time. Strengthen your core, enhance your balance, and build lean, strong muscles at this unconventional class. It’s a full body workout that’s sure to leave you wanting to jump in the nearest body of water to cool off.
Jumping rope is at the core of what this workout encompasses, but punk rope also includes other types of “old school fitness” all while rocking out to a punk playlist. The workout combines different types of exercises that over time will improve agility, coordination, and balance.