How To Tweak Your Workout Routine To Stay Fit & Fine

The winter chill can send your body into a workout rut. Gaurav Dawar suggests easy ways you can adopt to be at your fittest best through the cold months.

How To Tweak Your Workout Routine To Stay Fit & Fine

Come winters, and it’s not easy getting out of bed, bringing with it chances of the body getting caught in that winter workout rut of sorts. Even for the fittest of people, training through the wintry days can be a challenge, causing them to opt for a more sedentary lifestyle. However, introducing a few tweaks to your fitness routine, coupled with a determined attitude might just be what you need to be at your fittest best all through winter. Read on to know how:

Take the staircase wherever you go: Avoid the elevator as far as possible, opting to take the stairs; this will not just help in burning your calories but also keep you warm from inside. This is one easy trick that works amazingly well for every age group.

Move around as much as you can: The weather makes you so lazy that you would not even want to pour a glass of water on your own. Avoid this at all costs, and engage yourself in as many household tasks as may be possible. It will help the blood to flow well and get you out of the sedentary mode.  

Adopt a DVD-based workout routine: There are a variety of DVDs available in the market, all you need is to pick up one you like  and work out alongside. This will help you reap the benefits of a well-rounded workout such as stretching,and a  cardiovascular routine without having to step out of the comforts of your home.

Run as much as you can: Running works fabulously well through the winter days. Choose a pace that is not exhausting, and remember to rest in between.

Practice Simple Home Exercises: Straight Leg Raise: You can perform this exercise while still in bed. Lie straight on your back and raise one leg off the floor as high as you can. At the same time, keep the other leg on the floor. Slowly bring back the leg to the floor and repeat it 10 times. Alternate between each leg.


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