Despite the chill in the air during winter, the brisk temps in the spring, the humidity of the summer and the unpredictability of the autumn, being outdoors as much as possible is a major plus for your body.
With advance preparation, appropriate attire and a gung-ho attitude, maintaining an outdoor fitness schedule throughout the year is a great way to stay healthy.
According to The New York Times, exercising outdoors offers great benefits:
“Studies haven’t yet established why, physiologically, exercising outside might improve dispositions or inspire greater commitment to an exercise program. A few small studies have found that people have lower blood levels of cortisol, a hormone related to stress, after exerting themselves outside as compared with inside. There’s speculation, too, that exposure to direct sunlight, known to affect mood, plays a role.”
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