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Top outdoor workouts
Whether the world is ready for it or not, small and confined spaces are no going to be the same for quite a while. But that’s ok, because there are a lot of outdoor activities for everyone to do, as long as you’re careful about it.
In this particular problem, we have to highlight gymnasiums because they’re not only closed areas but are known for having a lot of people in at the same time moving around, touching the same surfaces, and even sharing showers. That is no more available. Instead, outdoor workouts are going to be a trend and you need to know which ones are the best!
The following exercises are some of the best ones for outside:
Said to be the “the weightlifting of the running world” this high-intensity workout will give you all the energy you need, and one of the bests things about this is that you can set your own route close to home, so social distancing won’t be a problem.
It’s great for warming up before a workout, and it’s as easy as it sounds. You set a route on a solitary street near your house or in a park and you’re ready to go. Could also be described as “meditation in motion”.
Great for reducing stress, building lean muscles, improving mental well being and burning a lot of calories in a lot less time. Plus, you get to cover bigger routes and enjoy nature.
This is no easy exercise, so beware. Actually, no gym equipment can do what carrying all your weight against gravity does for you, so if you have a good set of stairs -high school gym style- be ready to burn a lot more calories than any type of cardio.
Boot camp routines
This is for those who love it all: high-intensity training guided by professionals to make you sweat faster than any other outdoor workout. You can adjust the activities to do it once or twice, depending on your resistance and you can also make them as long or short as you need. Outdoors are meant to make you feel free, so take this opportunity to do so, don’t shy away!