Winter Fitness


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Do you change how much you exercise and what exercises you do in the winter because of the cold and snow etc? If so what are the changes.
I use a gym so my exercises don't change, but the amount I go significantly reduces. I don't really have the time. :shake: Come January I will be back on form!


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When Winter time comes around, I usually end up some-what hibernating and don't really leave the house. As of lately I can't though because my shoulder hasn't healed completely yet from when I partially tore my rotators cuff.


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I am the laziest bugger in winter, I as hell ain't going Gym in Winter. I do some of the excercises at home and that's it.


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I've changed how much excercise i've done. Think i've only been swimming twice this winter, I would normally go 3/4 times per week.


Oh, poppycock.
I've tried to snowboard. Other than that I use the treadmill we have at our house.


Film Elitist
I usually go for a run outside. I don't wear heavy clothing cause the cold allows me to run longer. If I feel frisky I'll just wear a T-shirt. Works for me.


I am the edge!
The amount of time I spend working out in winter doesn't change, but the types of workouts I get in are quite different. In the summer it's all about being outside, playing games, and having fun. I get most of my summer exercise in by doing things like running around and playing football or battling it out in water balloon fights. In winter I have to stay inside to workout, so I do more traditional things, like pilates, cardio kickboxing, etc.


~Lucky 13 strikes again~
In the winter I switch up from surfing to Mt Boarding and hit the Do Jo more than once a week. I also go to the local Y and do laps.


Guardian of the Light
In the winter I hardly ever workout outside because it's always so cold here. :(

However wrestling in the winter keeps you in even better shape than usual.

There are also tons of things for me to do at home with a weight bench, dumbells, a treadmill, a total gym, a tower, and the perfect pushup.