Summer Fitness Tips - Making Sure You’re Ready For Hot Weather
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Summer Fitness Tips – Making Sure You’re Ready For Hot Weather

Summer Fitness Tips – Making Sure You’re Ready For Hot Weather

Summer is coming.

You might not like this fact, but it isn’t one that you can escape.

We’re approaching the warmer months of the year at speed.

This means that a lot of things can change.

You’re going to look at physical fitness in a slightly different way.

And that’s perfectly normal to do.

The difference between exercising in the winter and exercising in the summer isn’t always obvious.

Fortunately, there are a few tried and true tips for getting the most out of a summer workout.

We’re going to be looking at them now, in an attempt to ease the transition in terms of how you exercise.

Be cautious of the sun

The summer is a great time for people to be outside.

There’s no need for a jumper, and it’s much more pleasurable than in winter.

However, you need to exercise caution when it comes to your fitness.

We encourage you to continue to maintain your physical fitness, but to also consider the new weather conditions.

The sunshine is a good thing, but heat exhaustion or heat stroke is not.

They’re both conditions which can put you out of commission for a long time, so you need to be careful with them.

Remember the sun is there at all times, and you might not find yourself stuck in bed feeling terrible.

Bring a water bottle

Something to consider when maintaining your fitness in the sun is how much water you’ll need.

You’re more likely to get hot and dehydrated when out in the sun, so you need to counteract this with plenty of water.

It’ll make your exercise much more tolerable, and will help to keep you encouraged when it comes to physical fitness and keeping yourself at a high standard.

Reduce your exercise time

This may seem like an odd one, but there’s a good reason for it.

If you’re out in the sun, exercising to maintain your fitness, you shouldn’t be out as long.

The body is having to work harder to keep you cool in the heat, so you shouldn’t push yourself as hard as you would normally do.

It’s vital that you instead take the time to slow down and think about stopping a little earlier than usual.

It’ll be better for your overall health if you do.

Overall, these are just a few of the things that you need to take into consideration when you are maintaining physical fitness during the summer months.

The drive to exercise and maintain physical fitness is obviously very high, but you need to be careful how you do it.

You do not want to over exert yourself, lest you run the risk of being taken ill.

It’s important that you balance your fitness with a sense of practicality, so that you do not become bedridden, unable to go out and enjoy the nice weather.

By all means exercise, but temper it with wisdom, and you’ll find that you’re less likely to encounter problems.

Stephen Coleclough
Stephen Coleclough
admin@stephen-coleclough.com

Stephen Coleclough is a personal trainer and online fitness/nutrition coach from the UK. He loves heavy squats, smashing PRs and bacon sandwiches. You can follow him on Twitter at ColecloughPT.

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