8,500-9,999 SparkPoints 8,596

How Often Does The Weather Determine Your Workout?

Saturday, December 15, 2012

How often do you change your workout due to weather? Do you run no matter what the weather is? Do you take a day off because the day is gloomy? emoticon
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
    Not anymore since I joined a gym. I go regardless of the weather. Previously it would keep me in if it were raining or too cold.
    1979 days ago
    I don't let heat keep me from exercise outside, but I don't like walking in the rain. In the winter, if it's slippery or too cold, it calls for a DVD or treadmill workout!
    1980 days ago
    Depends on how bad it is outside and my mood (yes that plays a part).

    Oh wait that only part of the question, LOL! does not effect getting my workout in, just where it gets done!
    1980 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/16/2012 5:33:19 PM
    If it's rainy, I don't go out to walk- it's too damp!
    1980 days ago
    Definitely will determine if I go out due to weather. But I have an agreement with my body to try and go out if the temp. is higher than 30. Lower than that and it is time to pull out a DVD.
    Today was rainy and snow on the ground but 33 degrees so I went anyway and my neighbor was like "Gal, what you are DOING?" You have to do what you have to do!
    1981 days ago
    I had planned on walking yesterday, but it was raining when I woke up. So I popped my SP Cardio Blast DVD into the player and did 30 minutes. I, and my husband, were so proud of me! He didn't feel like walking this morning, so I'm again going to do 30 minutes of the DVD. I'm learning I feel better if I do something rather than nothing. I don't like to feel bad about myself for not working out. Have a great day and give that body and mind a great workout! emoticon emoticon
    1981 days ago
    1981 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.