Summer bodies are made in winter


Summer bodies are made in winter

Winter Training

we all want that great body in summer but is not easy to get this body without winter training.

Many people tend to slack off on their fitness routines during the winter time. If you live in an area where snow is inevitable then you might feel like hibernating during most of the winter time. However, you can still maintain an exercise routine and even start up an exercise routine during the cold winter days. Here are a few tips to help motivate and inspire you to get fit this winter.

Set Up Your Home Gym

You can get fit right at home even while watching your favorite shows. All you need to do is search for a workout machine. You can find great local deals for treadmills or ellipticals on Craigslist. Even if you do not have the money to purchase a machine you could always grab some free weights and do squats while you do arm curls with weights. Be creative and make up your own workout routine. Last but not least you could pop in an exercise DVD or turn on a fitness channel on TV.

Get Out

During the winter time, there are many fun and physical activities you can do. If you have kids then grab them and go outside and build a snow person or have a snowball fight (a great workout). A couple of other activities that are fun and challenging are skiing and snowboarding. Being in the cold actually, helps you burn more calories.

Two reasons to hire a Personal trainer in winter

1. Progress Summer Goals

If you ran a race this summer, started cycling three times a week or walked every day, that is fantastic. To be able to get back into it without losing progress next spring, train throughout the winter with a personal trainer. A trainer will customize your program so that it focuses directly on improving your favorite activity. You will also learn new tricks and techniques to help you farther.

2. Learn Something New

Not only does a personal trainer keep your workouts consistent, give you really fast results and push you to improve, a trainer is a vault of fitness and nutrition knowledge. Make the most of your sessions by asking a lot of questions about your diet, exercise technique and activities you have always thought about trying. Come out of your personal training experience with a whole new personal database of resources and information to apply in your own routines.

Personal training is an excellent service to keep people fit, healthy and happy. If you have not hired a trainer yet try it out. You will be pleasantly surprised with how much we can help you get to where you want to be.

Winter Training

Maureen Freelink : Personal trainer specialized in female fitness

PS : To get results in the summer, there’s no quick fix so it’s best to start your fitness routine now.

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