Here's Exactly How Many Calories You Burn At A Music Festival

9 May 2016, 11:45

Burning Calories At Music Festivals

It's all about the Electric Daisy Cardio!

Who'd have thought that heading to a festival could be such PERFECT exercise?

Whether you're walking 7 miles from the carpark with all your gear, strutting around with a mate on your shoulders or raving the night away - you're ACTUALLY getting fit at the same time!

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Elite Daily teamed up with Electric Daisy Carnival to show off how easy it is to burn calories at music festivals - and you'll be shedding those dodgy burgers in no time!

  • Shuffling - 361 cal/hour
  • Sprinting to the next set - 700 cal/hour
  • Twerking - 390cal/hour
  • Lifting someone on your shoulders - 408 cal/hour
  • Calf raises (for when you're stood behind a giant) - 204 cal/hour
  • Hula-hooping - 432 cal/hour
  • Jumping up & down - 625 cal/hour
  • Walking - 286 cal/hour

So there you have it - whether you're going to EDC, V Festival or Capital's Summertime Ball with Vodafone, you can pretty much squeeze in a full gym routine AND have the best time ever!

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