Short and cold winter days can discourage sports many. Moving is not so easy, and the weather and depressed mood is often hampered by daily training.
However, for true aficionados of the active lifestyle of rain, mud, snow and ice is not an obstacle, reports The Guardian.
However, if you have only recently abandoned a sedentary lifestyle and are willing to dare to develop your body, strengthen your muscles and health, the following six ways will help you not to pay attention to the winter and to continue his studies:
Nidity a company
If you are not confused group training, nidity companion for joint exercises. According to Dr. Joe Costello, senior lecturer exercise physiology at the University of Portsmouth, other people increases the motivation for sport activities even in cold weather.
“There is no bad weather, sometimes just the wrong clothing” — once said the author of the guidebook “Walk from coast to coast” Alfred Wainwright. Dress warmly (in clothes that will allow you to move) and don’t forget gloves and hats.
Variation in training
Performing the same exercise quickly becomes a bore. A small study conducted at the University of Florida on 114 volunteers showed that the participants who were repeating the same exercises (three times per week) are more likely to drop the case.
Practice at home
If you don’t like the idea of doing a fitness course with YouTube, you can always find the program that suits you or closed paid training. Besides, most of the exercises you can safely do within the four walls.
Follow the schedule
There are many apps and gadgets that will help you keep track of athletic progress. Marks, graphics, calendar, or chart visualize your success in training sessions.
Don’t forget to relax
According to Michigan state University, athletes who are sleep deprived may experience subtle changes in hormone levels, which leads to higher levels of cortisol and lower levels of human growth hormone which is active during tissue repair.
Earlier, the researchers from Leipzig University in Germany identified the types of physical exercises that slow down the processes of biological aging.
As reported by the portal “Znayu” physical activity improves cognitive function of the human brain.
Also “Znayu” he wrote that part in the big marathons without any prior training can lead to heart problems.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.