Swimming or running: Which burns more calories?

Swimming is versatile. Water activates every major muscle group, improves cardiovascular fitness, enhances strength and mobility 

Running has similar advantages, and it develop muscle. It stimulates muscular growth, strengthens legs, and increases bone density through bone loading.

Swimming is a moderate or strenuous exercise that can help you lose weight and burn calories. Any sort of exercise improves mood and reduces anxiety. 


Calorie burn, like other activity, relies on intensity, workout length, and biological parameters including age, weight, sex, hormones, and more

Outdoor jogging, especially on hills or varied terrain, is harder than treadmill or flat road running. When comparing treadmill and outdoor running

Wild swimming burns more calories than indoor swimming because your body must fight tides and changing water or weather conditions.

Sprint for 30 seconds, jog for 15 seconds, then repeat multiple times. Bodyweight exercises like squats and burpees between rounds can boost intensity 

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