1. Skating is low-impact on your joints.
Running enthusiasts, gymnastics lovers, and more know all to well the impact that many cardio workouts can put on your knees and the damage that it can do. Skating provides you with fluid motion that keeps you from damaging your joints, helping you enjoy movement similar to running to or dancing without the harsh impact.
2. Skating involves a wide variety of muscle groups.
Summer is here and every where you look there seems to be a tip on how to look great at the beach. Skating works legs and glutes as you power through movement, while your arms and core get a workout as you balance your body during the movement.
3. Skating burns just as many calories as other aerobic exercises.
As you glide across the rink at Peninsula Family Skating Center, you may not realize just how many calories you’re burning because of all of the fun you’re having. Music, friends, fluid motion, and more make skating seem more like relaxing than working out, but you can still burn triple digit calories easily with a few laps around the floor.