Summer Fitness

It’s June 1, so if you haven’t started yet, it’s time for that summer fitness routine. With the nicer weather and longer hours of daylight, you should have more time, and probably feel more motivated, to get outside and do something. It’s the perfect time of year to get back to the outdoor fitness boot camps, outside training for running, cycling, and of course swimming. Give yourself some goals to get started (or to keep going) on your fitness routine. ¬†Try to spice it up with some different routes, longer distances, and maybe even doing more group training than you might have time for otherwise. You might even feel more energetic with the sun and more free time, but remember, when it gets hot, stay hydrated. Try not to exercise during the hottest part of the day, and don’t forget to cool down for 5-10 minutes after a challenging outdoor workout. Stay tuned for some specific workout ideas and drills in our next post.

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