1. Dress Properly. The first thing to remember when exercising in the winter is to dress properly, especially if you’ll be doing activity outdoors. Your extremities (hands, feet, nose, ears) can get cold quickly and in extreme cases even cause frostbite. Make sure to wear a hat (ski mask for
Winter exercise is a totally different experience than exercising in the warmer, summer months. As temperatures drop and the amount of daylight decreases, you become less and less motivated to be active while at the same time eating more warm, comfort foods. This combination can wreak havoc on your body.
If forcing yourself to exercise in the summer is a problem then the winter brings up a whole new set of problems. It’s way to cold, the house is warm and comfy, the days are shorter and a whole list of other excuses can stop you from getting the exercise