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Winter Training

As I’m sure all of you know, Winter is fast approaching.  This is also when a lot of sports activities you might participate in, happen.  Being Winter, this makes it hard to train for you sports!  Some people still brave the harsh conditions freezing their buns off in negative temperatures!  These people must be crazy, I would much rather get my workout inside where it’s a nice, comfortable temperature.  That’s why I would suggest indoor training.  Yes, it is a great alternative to the freezing temps outside, and you’re still getting your workout.  Why brave the outside weather when you can get a perfectly good workout in your home, or in a gym.

There are many options when you want to train indoors. You can buy a membership at a gym, you can also get your own gym equipment in your home; that way you can get your whole workout in without having to leave the comfort of your own home, there’s no need to wait for some other gym freak to get finished with a machine so you can use it. Everything you need is in your home. Maybe you want to get a weight set. Just about every workout that uses a machine in a gym can be done in your own home with a couple of dumbbells.

I’m sure that you all know that cardio exercises are equally important as weight lifting.  “But hey”, you might say “we’re indoors, how the heck are we supposed to get our cardio in?”.  Well the answer is simple. Use a treadmill!  Treadmills and ellipticals are a great way to get your cardio workout.  You may be thinking that you don’t know the first place to look for a treadmill. No worries, I got your back.  Just go to Treadmill Reviews.  There, you can compare different treadmills from brands like ProForm, NordicTrack, and HealthRider.  So while your opposing competitors are sitting in their home, not getting a workout from the daunting prospect of those harsh temperatures.  You’ll be getting bigger, faster, and stronger with the help of your home gym!

November 2015
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