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How To Stay Active When It’s Getting Colder

How To Stay Active When It’s Getting Colder

The days are getting shorter and the air is getting colder. Winter and cold weather are right around the corner, and will push more and more people inside. With rising cases in Covid-19, many people aren’t wanting to risk exposure by going to gyms.
 
Wanting to keep you safe, healthy, and active, we’ve gathered a couple of tips to keep you moving as the weather gets colder.
 
Invest In Warmer Clothes
 
There are still plenty of nice days where the sun is shining and there is little wind. Instead of getting pushed inside, you can layer your clothes, bundle up, and get moving. It’s important that you get workout clothes that are easy to layer. That way, you’ll be able to adjust throughout your workout.
 
Put On Exercise Clothes When You Get Home
 
After a long day of work or a busy day running holiday errands, it’s hard to still have the motivation to workout. A good way to trick yourself into getting that workout in, is to put on your workout clothes as soon as you get home.
 
Doing this small task makes it so much easier to be able to push yourself to start your workout, or even complete it before the end of the night.
 
Rake Leaves/Shovel Snow
 
There are going to be times where you’ll have to go outdoors to get to work, run errands, or do some chores. Leaves and snow will fall, and when they do, these become chores that need to get done. But, they are also great for exercise!
 
Shop For Home Equipment
 
Not everyone has a lot of extra money to buy a Peloton or a big elliptical for their house. But there are small workout items that you can buy and bring into your home to keep you active in the winter. Small equipment like weights, resistance bands, and a good mat are a great way to invest in your health.
 
Colder weather is coming and the Covid-19 pandemic is still prevalent. It’s more important than ever to stay active and keep up on your health.

Stay Safe, Active, and Healthy!