Find something that sparks joy in you when it comes to physical activity. Whether it is hiking, biking, running or swimming working out during the winter is tough and if it is not something you are enjoying that is not going to help. If you find a class that interest you like aquaBelly® Lake Lanier, bring a friend, or if you would rather a one-on-one class that is fine too!
If you are planning a workout outside make sure you dress accordingly. The cold weather temps typically make your muscles tight therefore a good warm-up is always recommended. Our indoor pool at aquaBelly® Lake Lanier is always warm and the room maintains a constant temperature with very low humidity so you will always feel refreshed.
Exercising outdoors during these Georgia winter months is not for the faint of heart. Wind chill can be very dangerous, avoid getting too damp from sweating which can lead to you becoming too chilled. Always remember that if it is zero or below remember to factor in the wind chill, play it safe and exercise indoors. At aquaBelly® Lake Lanier our pool is located inside a heated low humidity room. We do get a little crazy sometimes and open the windows while it is snowing - it is so relaxing! The health benefits abound when you enter our pool room and swim spa. Research shows exercising and walking in warm water offers considerable health benefits and thanks to our aquatic hydrotherapy pool, you can enjoy the full-body effects of aquatic exercise in every aquaBelly® Lake Lanier workout.
Exercising during these chilly winter months is extremely beneficial to our bodies. Not only does it help us keep a healthy weight and stay in shape, but it can also help with our immune system. So, if exercise helps us improve our immune system in this flu infested season where no public place is really 'flu-free' why would you not want to improve your physical health and begin a safe and fun weekly exercise routine?
I have openings throughout the next few months each week. Contact me for more information on how to get you on my schedule!