Summer is here and we know you're going to want to spend as much time in the sun as possible! Whether you're the adventurous type who's into rock climbing and wind surfing, a huge Harry Potter fan who wants to explore the game of Quidditch, or someone who wants to stick to the more traditional methods of exercise like running and swimming -- check out this list, grab some sunscreen, and head outdoors!
Chances are, there's an outdoor tennis court in a park near you.
Laps on laps on laps.
Grab some friends and kick the ball around. Shoes optional.
It's basically baseball, with a bigger ball and fewer innings.
This can get pretty intense. Ever heard of Ultimate Frisbee?
7. Roller Blading
Fun fact: inline skates were first manufactured in 1966.
Make sure you have enough air in your tires before you head out.
Totally tubular, dude.
10. Rock Climbing
A lot of indoor rock climbing spots have popped up if you're not ready to take the next step and scale a mountain.
Don't forget your life jacket -- just in case!
How's your aim?
13. Beach Volleyball
The first Olympic Beach Volleyball competition took place in Atlanta in 1996.
Improve your cardiovascular performanceandyour endurance while windsurfing.
This requires a lot of patience and concentration. The driving range is always there for you if you just want to practice.
Fun fact: it takes 200 muscles to take a step while running.
Perfect your form.
18. Water Polo
Water Polo was once referred to as Water Rugby.
You can burn upwards of 600 calories during one hour of basketball.
For the Harry Potter fans.
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