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The Season to Exercise

by Chang Song October 4th, 2010 | Exercise
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Look, it is no secret that many Americans struggle year in and year out to lay off the couple pounds (or rather, say no to that extra piece of apple pie) during the winter season. That’s why the fall season is so essential; the fall could help many Americans get in good shape before the alluring winter season.

While the winter season is the season to rejoice, the fall season is also the season to get fit. In order for many to make this season the most fit of all seasons, the first thing they need to do is find the time to workout. But, many people don’t often realize that their workouts do not to have to be very time-consuming. Your workout doesn’t have to take a lot of time. Even a half hour of walking in your neighborhood pays off in increased energy and stamina. Most health-club aerobics classes are just an hour long, yet pay big fitness dividends. A well-rounded fitness regimen is important, as resistance training is also a critical component of a balanced program.

Additionally, in the United States, the fall is a sacred season. The weather is still gorgeous with its sunny days, warm temperatures, cool evenings, and shall I mention near post card perfect colors. If you want to get fit for the winter, you better get some much needed exercise by venturing outside. You need to get outside and enjoy this season by biking, golfing, hiking, and playing tennis. You can also go out and take a walk near local parks or around the lake, pick a brand-new bike path through the mystifying woods. This time you spent outside could be as good for you mentally as it is physically.

Lastly, what you eat is the key to maximize your workout benefits. Yes, I am about to tell you to put down that plate of fried chicken in exchange for two plates of fruit salad. Remember that each of us should be getting at least four to five servings of fresh fruit and vegetables every day. In order to be fit and healthy, you need to eat healthy.

Working out can become tedious after a while, so that’s why a partner can be essential to sustaining a workout regimen. If boredom can negate a relationship, TV ratings, and a Nick Markakis interview, a workout regimen can be as well.

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