Get Yourself Outside!

Oct 29

Get Yourself Outside!

Get Outside

Winter is approaching at an alarming rate here in Calgary! The strange thing about Winter for me, is that tends to be my most disciplined training times. Unless I’m struggling with Frostbite I am out there every day walking, even if it’s -20˚C (24˚F). I know, I’m strange.

I’m a great believer in getting outside to work out. We spend so much of our days in stuffy, air-conditioned offices, sitting on chairs that are killing us, and suffering from the effects of a serious lack of Vitamin D.

So, get outside!

Here are some of the benefits:

Getting outside can

  1. lower your blood pressure
  2. boost your immune system
  3. improve your mood
  4. it raises your intake of Vitamin D which is dangerously low these days
  5. it can improve your vision!
  6. it can improve your cognitive behaviour
  7. reduce symptoms of ADD/ADHD
  8. make you more caring

Now that’s got to be enough information to get you to strap on your walking shoes and get outside!

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The advice offered in this blog is based upon the author’s own experience. The author is not engaged in rendering professional advice or services to the readers. The ideas, procedures, and suggestions in this blog are not intended to replace a consultation with a physician or other qualified healthcare professional. All matters regarding your health require medical supervision. The author shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity that incurs any loss, damage, or injury caused directly, or indirectly from any information or suggestion in this Program.
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