Foula is one of Great Britain’s most remote permanently inhabited islands. The island has an area of 4.9 square miles (12.7 km2) and a population of 30 people. Islanders previously made a living from fishing. Today, most islanders are crofters with income from sheep farming and ornithological tourism.
The aim of this Fiendish dot test is to spot the object inside each colored circle. For some people the images in the circles are so discreet they are unable to see them. Try it yourself and see if you can.
Let's begin a game of you scratching your head and rubbing your eyes until either you give up or click next just to find the answers. I promise, there not all this difficult.
By now your eyes probably hurt a bit from trying to make out all these objects and I thought it was a whale but it's really a Banana.
Hatha yoga, a version of the exercise practice centered on holding specific poses, sits at the bottom of this list, burning an average of about 228 calories per hour in a 200-pound person.
Bowling, along with the next two items on this list, ballroom dancing and Tai Chi, burns 273 calories per active hour.
Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art and form of exercise, often practiced with slow, deliberate movements.
Next up: canoeing. A leisurely paddle down a river will burn 319 calories in an hour for a 200-pound person.
Leisure cycling, defined as a pace under 10 mph, burns about 364 calories per hour in a 200-pound person. The same is true for a typical (though probably not Olympic) game of volleyball, or the movement-based, intensive "power" yoga.
Power yoga, or vinyasa, is a more movement-centered exercise practice than hatha. This article includes more information about the different kinds of yoga and how beginners can get started.
If you golf, carry your own clubs around the course, and if you weigh 200 pounds you can expect to burn 391 calories per hour. The same is true of typical downhill skiing and a 3.5-mph walk.
Low-impact aerobics burn about 455 calories per hour in a 200-pound person. The same is true of a moderate workout on an elliptical machine, weight/resistance training, and softball and baseball.
Edging out the first major sport on this list: water aerobics. The pool exercise can burn as many as 501 calories per hour in a 200-pound person.
Hiking, stationary rowing, and water skiing all burn about 546 calories per hour in a 200 pound person.
Want to burn even more? Go backpacking. Like ice skating and racquetball, a 200-pound person will use about 637 calories per hour on a hike with a heavy backpack.
A basketball game, touch or flag football, and singles tennis all offer great exercise, burning about 728 calories per hour in a 200-pound person.
Run up a StairMaster (or up a particularly long flight of stairs), and a 200-pound person will burn 819 calories per hour.
Taekwondo is the most intense competitive sport on this list, burning 937 calories per hour in a 200-pound person.
At the top of the list, though, are two very simple activities: jumping rope and running fast (8 mph to be precise). Do either of those things for an hour, and a 200-pound person will burn 1,074 calories.