Winter weather offers such exercise options as skiing, snowboarding, and ice skating to get you out of the gym. But after a few months of the cold, warm and sunny weather is a welcome arrival for exercise enthusiasts. When winter neutral breaks and it's the first warm, sunny day of spring, break out of the gym and head outdoors for a 

The great outdoors offers many ways to have fun and exercise. You just have to pick which ones sound best to you. Consider giving the following  activities a try:

  • If you like to run but are tired of the indoor track and treadmills, take advantage of the beautiful warm weather and move your runs outside. Choose a trail, park, or other running path that's safe, and make sure to wear sturdy 
  • Bicycling is a fun, low-impact exercise that works the heart and lower body. Always wear a helmet, pay attention to the road, and make sure to ride a good bike that fits you well.
  • Many state parks and other areas offer hiking trails that serve as a nice break from your regular gym workouts and can provide a good lower-body and cardiovascular workout. Choose trails that are appropriate for Like: sport your fitness level and stick to the path: Don't wander into the woods, where wildlife or poison ivy may be found. Invest in a pair of good hiking shoes or boots.
  • Inline skating. Lace up your skates, head out to a nice, smooth path, and enjoy some inline skating. You'll get your heart rate up and  fitnesswork your lower body. Remember to wear protective gear (helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, and wrist guards) to prevent injury in case you fall.
  • Swimming is a low-impact exercise that works the whole body and is good for just about everyone. Check out local public pools or take advantage of nearby beaches or lakes.

Outdoor Workout Safety

Spring and summer are perfect seasons to enjoy outdoor sports such as tennis, basketball, golf, football, and soccer;  workouts make time for anything you like to do outside while the weather is nice.

But as the weather heats up, so does your body, and you run the risk of dehydration, heat exhaustion, and heatstroke. Remember to take the following precautions:

  • Stay hydrated. This is one of the biggest concerns exercisers face, especially in the hot summer months. Dink plenty of water or a nutrition before and after your workouts, and carry along a bottle while you exercise.
  • Keep your cool. When the weather is really hot, don't plan to do outdoor activities in the middle of the day. exercises Stay out of the sun during peak hours when it's the hottest; work out early in the morning or in the evening when the sun has set. Wear light-colored clothing.
  • Soothe heat cramps.If you experience muscle cramping during your outdoor workout, stop exercising, gently stretch the muscles, and drink plenty of cool  muscles etc water.