I do go for walks in the mornings already with my dog, and it's nice, but I just get bored and I don't feel like it's a workout.
I'm going to look up some exercises for the pool, because I do have one!
Edited by: KATHLEENLKC at: 7/24/2013 (11:40)
7/24/13 10:38 A
do you have a pool you could use? I have a routine I like to do while treading water. stay cool and get a workout.
What about mall walking? you could even take some of your weights and/or resistant bands with you to add to the workout. maybe see if you can get a friend to go with you.
I have been getting up early and going for an early morning hike, but haven't been able to get my butt out of bed this week.
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I live in Florida so I definitely understand!! I wait until later in the day closer to sundown if I'm going out for a run. Keeping well hydrated makes a big difference too when you're out. I'm not one to carry water with me when I run, so I make sure I get the bulk of my intake before heading out the door.
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7/24/13 5:17 A
I second PP. I get up early and run before it gets hot later in the day.
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What about hiking? Yes, it's outside, but it's generally MUCH cooler in the woods than out in the open. I suggest it because I hate being outside in the heat, but I LOVE hiking, even in the summer.
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7/23/13 7:34 P
Hey everyone. I just finished Insanity and I'm not really sure what I should do next. I'm sort of sick of the whole DVD thing. Any suggestions?
I have dumbells, kettleball, exercise ball, jump rope, resistance bands, and a treadmill.
I would love to do some stuff outside, like bike rides, jogs, ect., but it is just so hot here in California I'd die of heat stroke in a minute. So I would eliminate any suggestions that would make me have to workout outside.
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