Wow, that sounds like you have the whole season planned out for you! I have been working on a new scedule that allows me to be more flexible. I will avoid swimming in the river when it gets too cold (at the moment, it's still warm enough in Zurich, surprisingly enough) and instead I have found some exercises I can do in my dorm room. At the same time, I will keep going to the gym every week and play table tennis with my friends.
I hope you are all enjoying a healthy, happy Autumn!
Never say never - I work around the weather. I may change the type of exercises I do (less biking and running outside). Indoor stuff is for swimming, weights, yoga, running on the elliptical/treadmill, bike on the trainer and strength. Weather permitting I will still go on long runs and bike rides and doing indoor stuff will keep me prepared for that.
I actually have a 50k run in March. Where I live the weather is much like the weather in Denmark at that time.
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Where I live, summer is now almost over and it's getting dark earlier and colder outside. During the summer, most of my sporting activities ave taken place outside, but now that it will be raining all the time, I'm not sure if I can keep it up. No one likes getting cold and wet when they should be having fun, right?
I assume that many of you have been practising sports outside. Will you be sticking to it, no matter what or depend on the weather? Or will you make up a new indoor routine for rainy, snowy days? It would interest me to know!
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