Fire Up Your Indoor Workouts During the Winter

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Fall is here and winter’s just around the corner. But staying indoors during the winter season doesn’t mean that you put your fitness routine on ice, too. It may be time to get creative with your workouts as staying active contributes a lot to a person’s overall health. Not only does exercise reduce stress, but it also boosts your positive, motivating emotions, too. Part of this is biology — the body is regulating itself during exercise, but it also has to do with seeing and feeling the results of your efforts.

 

If you’re stuck inside this season, there are other ways to keep moving. Body and Soul Products brings you some of the most rewarding indoor workouts you can do to help you stay fit and focused this winter.

 

Yoga

 

Yoga can be practiced anywhere, so if you can’t make it to your next class, stay home and unroll your mat. If you’re new to the art, start by doing the basic stretches and poses for just a few minutes each day. All you need is a quiet space free of clutter and full of natural light. While on the surface it doesn’t seem like much of a workout, yoga is a beneficial low-impact exercise that strengthens your endurance and flexibility. It can be healing to joints, and when mixed with meditation, very therapeutic to the mind.

 

Be sure to listen to your body and go at your own pace. If you are looking for more guidance, there are tons of online videos and examples to help you advance. Try including it in your morning routine to help you wake up and start your day with a sense of inner peace.

 

Rock climbing

 

If you just can’t kick the need to get out and really move, find a local indoor rock climbing wall. Rock climbing poses healthy challenges for the body and encourages the use of problem-solving skills. It’s a full body workout and cardio driven. To increase your focus and motivation, go with a friend and add a little competition to the mix. It’s one of the safest ways to practice and hone your skills when winter is over.

 

Dance

 

Perhaps you’re looking to learn a few new moves to show off on the dance floor. If that’s the case, there are a vast array of online videos you can follow along to for free, all in the privacy of your own home. You’ll be so busy having fun, you won’t even realize the calories you’re burning. Plus, dancing teaches both agility and balance. Whether you’re into ballet, Latin or even country music, there is something for every interest, age and skill set. Grab the kids and get them off the couch and grooving with you.

 

Boxing

 

Boxing is a great way to blow off steam from the stress of work and life’s everyday problems. Find a punching bag and hang it up in a cool and structurally sound place (like the basement or garage) and get to work. You can also practice without a bag by using weighted gloves and going through the many motions and stances. Boxing blasts up to 600 calories an hour while sculpting your arms, shoulders, core and legs.

 

Consider also utilizing a fitness app to help you with your workouts whether you’re at home or in the gym. According to U.S. News, there are many that offer tutorials, set timers or reminders, play music and track your heart rate, movement and calories lost for little to no cost. And no matter the type of workout works for you, it’s important to stay motivated for the duration. So invest in a good set of wireless or Bluetooth-enabled speakers for high-quality sound streaming from your digital device. This will mix it up so you don’t get bored, and you’ll have a bit of distraction as well.

 

The selection of health and fitness products from Body and Soul Products provides you with a great quality workout. Whether you are there to burn off some calories or training for something more specific. Shop with us today and reach out for more info! 954-270-3645

 

 

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