Carnival jumping can burn up to 800 calories per hour
Mardi Gras is a delight and can even help you to lose weight! This is because falling into foliage provides an energy expenditure ranging from 300 to 800 calories per hour. Some muscles are also worked, especially those of the legs, buttocks and abdomen.
However, some care is needed before practicing the activities. Do not abuse alcohol and seek constant moisturizing with water. Eat light meals before the binge. Also, wear comfortable clothing, especially footwear.
We talked to physical educators and we list the benefits and care of sambar, axé and frevo, participate in the micareta, the carnival ball and the block of street, go after the trio sambar
Sambar burns up to 600 calories per hour - Photo Getty Images
Sambar for an hour can burn up to 600 calories. "The practice of dancing at this rate in addition to improving aerobic endurance also improves coordinating abilities such as rhythm and balance," says physical educator Níkolas Chaves.
The activity also works the calves, buttocks, thighs and abdomen and develop flexibility, but some care is needed. As the ankle spends most of the time in plantar flexion, such as ballerina feet, it is important to note if the joints in this part are good and strengthen the calf with bodybuilding. "Also choose footwear suitable for practice, such as tennis and light clothes", guides the physical educator Fernanda Andrade.
Dance ax burns up to 600 calories per hour - Photo: Getty Images
Dance the ax for one hour burns between 450 and 600 calories. This activity exercises the thighs, legs, buttocks, arms and abdomen. It will also improve the aerobic endurance ability and, of course, the mood of those who practice it. To do this activity is also important to wear comfortable shoes, tennis continues as the best alternative, and light clothes.
Frevo is the carnival activity that spends the most energy, one hour dancing burning from 600 to 900 calories. All the lower limbs are strengthened with this dance and shoulders as well, due to the great demand of movements with the arms.
Dance still improves aerobic resistance and coordinating capacities of balance and rhythm. However, some care is required when practicing this activity. "Be aware of the movements of deep squats that can injure the ligaments of the knees. Do strength training to strengthen your legs and be able to dance without risk," Chaves says.
Micareta burns up to 650 calories per hour - Photo: Getty Images
Participating in a micareta leads to the burning of 325 to 650 calories in an hour. This activity provides intense aerobic work and can also help strengthen thighs, buttocks and legs.
The best shoe for the micareta is tennis shoes. "People often jump a lot in these environments and this shoe has a good cushion. Avoid skidding because they have no cushioning." Jumps are also not good because besides not having cushioning, they still overload the calves and the front of the legs
Accompanying the electric trio
Accompanying the electric trio burns up to 800 calories per hour - Photo: Getty Images
Accompanying the electric trio can burn between 200 and 800 calories, everything will depend on the intensity in which the activity is practiced. It is a strong aerobic exercise and as it involves constant jumping and clapping requires arms and legs. Going behind the electric trio also provides well-being.
While walking behind the electric trio watch your heart rate and try to have a light meal before falling into the party. "Moisturize every 20 minutes to avoid thermal stress problems such as cramps and exhaustion", guides Chaves.
Parade on the avenue
Parade on the avenue burns up to 800 calories per hour - Photo: Getty Images
Parade on the avenue for an hour can burn between 650 and 800 calories. "The energy expenditure is high because the person parades carrying a costume, this clothing also requires attention, because it can make it difficult to evaporate your sweat and the cooling of the body, inducing fatigue, so hydrate yourself well", notes Chaves .
Other care is also needed when dressing up in costume. "To better deal with the weight that the pieces can make on the shoulders, a tip is to stretch before and after the parade," guides Andrade. The thighs, legs, buttocks and abdomen are worked during the parade on the avenue.
Jumping on a street block
Jumping on a street block burns up to 600 calories per hour - Photo: Getty Images
a street block can burn between 450 and 600 calories for one hour. In this activity, the muscles of the legs and thighs are worked and it is important to put on the shoes that have a cushioning and are still closed, thus preventing the footings, as frequent in crowded places as the blocks, to injure the feet. > Carnival jumping at the dance can burn up to 500 calories - Photo: Getty Images
Attending a carnival ball can burn from 300 to 500 calories per hour. "The biggest work of this activity is aerobic, but thinking about the muscles that work the most is the inner part of the thighs, glutes, thighs, legs and a little abdomen," notes Andrade. Drink water frequently, preferably every 20 minutes and wear comfortable shoes.
Legend has it that Achilles, son King Peleus and Queen Tethys, had only one vulnerable spot on the body and it was exactly at the height of the heel at the level of the tendon at the back of the ankle. However, for ordinary people, pain and inflammation at this site may frequently cause prolonged and repetitive exertion, as well as overload.
Thighs house the most powerful muscle groups in the body human. And, no wonder, this powerful muscular mass moves and gives stability to the hips and knees, decisive joints in the jumps, shifts and changes of direction of the dribbles that make the foundations of athletes' lives in sports. are victims of direct trauma, such as kicks, stunts and falls to the ground.