February 15, 2018

When you look outside and see the sun setting early, the temperatures dropping quickly, and snow piling up on the ground, the last thing you want to do is throw on your sneakers and go for a run. Yet, as much as you’d like to curl up with a cup of hot cocoa, you know that staying focused on your fitness goals is just as important—maybe even more so—during the winter.

Winter doesn’t mean you should go stagnant on your workout, but it does mean you might have to change things up a bit. Change can be scary, but it can also be wonderful. Taking your workout indoors might seem boring—or even downright depressing at first—but here are a few ways to stay motivated and excited during indoor winter workouts.

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Cross-training is one of the leading ways to build endurance and prevent injury, especially when you are heavily active in one sport or activity. Take running, for example. Runners often have tight hamstrings, stressed knees, and sore feet. Indoor cross-training allows...

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