Features November 2014 Issue

Shifting Your Workouts from Outdoors to Indoors in Winter

Shifting Your Workouts from Outdoors to Indoors in Winter

Mixing up your workouts can stimulate different muscle groups and keep you more interested and motivated.

As the weather turns colder and the days grow shorter, your outdoor exercise routine may be ready for a seasonal adjustment. Bringing your workouts indoors for the winter can actually do more than simply keep you out of the chilly air. The changes can also provide physical and mental benefits, explains Michael Crawford, manager of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at Cleveland Clinic.

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