The Doctor Is In:
5 Tips To Win At Your Winter Workout
Well, the winter wonderland is upon most of the country, so time for the winter workout. I am in Chicago so we have now had our first snow and for some, first excuse to gain their winter weight. I refuse to gain the winter blubber so I am hoping that many of you will join me in battling the battle of the bulge in these not so warm temperatures. Just because it is cold outside does not mean you can not continue to exercise surrounded by nature. There are plenty of ways to still enjoy the scenery of your outdoor workout without getting hurt and at the same time staying warm. I hope that these 5 tips will help you keep it tight and right until spring.
1. Indoor Workout
There are many people that can not imagine working out in temperatures lower than 50 degrees Fahrenheit, so this information is for them. There are many exercises you can do in the comfort of your own home. You can utilize household items or your own weight to create resistance for exercises indoors. If you have stairs where you live, you can climb them carrying milk jugs or water jugs, sit-ups on the floor, tricep chair dip, squats, leg lifts and many others let me know if you need more suggestions.