5 Fun Indoor Sports To Try Now That The Running Season Is Over

If you love your sports but aren’t too excited by the prospect of exercising out in the cold, we might have found the solution for you: indoor sports. No, we’re not just talking about the gym – there are loads more ways to stay in shape indoors. Get your favourite sportswear look ready, and try your hand at one of these exciting new ways to work out…

1. Bouldering

 

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Indoor bouldering is a sort of ropeless climbing at low heights, often above safety mats. It’s a great way to get into a physically demanding sport and strengthen your whole body.

2. Pole dancing

 

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Pole dancing will help you gain physical strength to make you stand up taller and walk with a renewed stride in your step. Plus, learning how to hold and control your own body weight in the air feels very empowering.

3. Trampolining

 

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According to a study, jumping on a trampoline for 10 minutes is equivalent to a 30 minute run. It’s also said to relieve stress, boost your mood and is a lot of fun – what’s not to love?

4. Yoga

 

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Yoga is an easy option, as you won’t need any equipment and could even do it from the comfort of your home. It is essentially a practice for your soul, and you can combine exercise with meditation to find your inner zen.

5. Roller derby

 

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Want something a bit different? Roller derby might be the right choice for you. But make sure you’re well prepared: it’s a contact sport which will definitely bring you to your limits as you race around a track on skates with members of another team trying to stop you. It’s not the fastest growing sport in the UK for no reason…


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