Exercising outdoors in late fall and winter comes with a pretty big set of risks, but if you’re prepared for it, you can still do it and get a great workout. Whether you’re jogging, hiking or biking outdoors, here are a few simple ways to get the most out of your exercise without any risks.
Try these simple exercise tips for cold weather and you won’t have to stick to indoors exercise in a crowded gym or at home, where you keep getting distracted when you’re working out.
In cold weather, gear becomes very important. Layering is a must, but you should also invest in moisture wicking fabrics that keep you comfortable and safe when it’s really cold outside.
Gloves are also important when temperatures drop below the freezing point, and you should also invest in special shoes if you’re going to work out in the snow. You should also consider a scarf for wet and windy days if you don’t want to risk frostbite on your face. Reflective clothing is also a must if you’re exercising when it’s dark outside.