You’re bloated, excessively tired and have had enough fudge and cookies to stock the Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory. It sounds like you’re thoroughly enjoying the holiday season – and that’s what it’s all about it! So instead of feeling guilty for the gluttony, get to work undoing the damage. Read more →
Tagged: winter workouts
Q: Winter is generally considered cold and flu season. What can I do to help boost my immune system so that I stay healthy and can keep exercising?
Brandon Marsh answers:
A: Your co-workers coughing, germs your kids bring home from school and colder temperatures make for a nasty combination. On top of that, you’re training sessions are long and intense, only further beating down your immune system. I’ve trained through several cold seasons and have learned my lessons (sometimes the hard way) when it comes to staying healthy. Trust me when I say: It doesn’t pay to be a tough guy. Instead, train smart with these words of advice.
Q: When and how and can I exercise safely during bad weather conditions?
Amy Marsh answers:
A: Winter is just around the corner, which means the possibility of gusty wind, falling snow and slippery ice – not to mention cooler temps. But don’t let these weather woes put your training in hibernation. Follow these quick tips for staying safe and warm during outdoor workouts: Read more →
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