Chilly weather can make it tougher to get your workout going and may leave your muscles feeling tight in the cold air. It's always important to stretch and loosen up before a workout to prevent injury, but did you know warm-up exercises will actually help … well, warm you up? Here are some exercises to incorporate into your cold weather routine to take the edge off that winter chill.
If you're a runner, it's important to make sure all your active running muscles are getting good blood flow before you start your run. In addition to your leg muscles, your back and arms are also involved in running, so make sure you don't neglect them.
You don't have to go all-out CrossFit to get your heart pumping. Exercise levels vary by person and are subject to age, activity level, and more, so find an exercise that's comfortable for you. If you're very fit, you may need to up your game.
An exercising body produces energy and heat. Even if you have to stop, stay warm by bouncing, running in place, or doing lunges.
Even if you're not a runner, you may still be able to fit sprints into your workout. If you're a tennis player, dash from one side of the court to the other to improve speed and agility. It'll also keep your blood pumping!
Improved circulation goes a long way toward maintaining body heat on cold days. Regular activity and cardio exercises will improve blood flow, which will boost your overall health.
For active lifestyles, we recommend carrying a pack of REVV with you to keep your energy up and oxygenate your blood. Rain, shine, or snow, we know you've got to stay active. Stay toasty out there!
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