Since sunshine naturally boosts serotonin, outdoor exercise can help prevent seasonal affective disorder (SAD), sadness, and anxiety.
“Working out on ever-changing outdoor terrain challenges your body more than on a flat indoor surface,” says Norvell.
Norvell says she takes many customers and seminars outside. They frequently tell me it doesn't seem as much of a workout as running on the treadmill.
She said many individuals are anxious about working out, losing weight, and decreasing their blood pressure. Outside exercising is fun.
She thinks family and friends make exercise more pleasant. Instead of lunch or coffee, stroll with a friend. Instead of watching TV after dinner, take a family stroll.
Joining a team will help you exercise consistently and bring back those childhood emotions of playing outside—yet unlike high school, no athletic talent is required.
With your bodyweight and a safe, well-lit park, track, neighborhood, or walking route, you can get a great workout. Membership-free gym.