Winter Workouts - Burn 32% More FAT!

It’s too cold where I live for Outdoor Fitness!  How can I still do one of your workouts?

 Alright, so the weather outside may be changing from warm to cold, but, don’t let that interfere with your outdoor fitness routine. Your body is remarkably adaptive to hot and cold weather. 

In general it takes 7-14 days to acclimate to temperature changes.  The best way to adapt is to simply continue with your routine season to season.  The right clothing and the right attitude will keep you on the program throughout the year.

Here’s some inspiration for you--

What is Outdoor Fitness and Why is it Better?

Imagine this, it’s early morning and you are stepping lightly over grass and fallen leaves, your feet sinking into the softness underfoot. Thoughts of the coming day enter your mind—you let them pass. Feeling through your feet, the ground seems to be talking to you. Completely focused, you feel the muscles down the entire length of your legs flex and release as you move. The tightness in your hips and aches in your knees have melted away. Your skin begins to break a light sweat as your pace increases. Your body feels alive with adrenalin, endorphins, and energy.

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