- Layer wisely- Wear fewer, thinner layers of clothing you can peel off, rather than one single, heavy layer; cool down gradually after your workout by taking off a layer at a time.
- Start conservatively- Until you’ve mastered cold-weather fitness, start your workout at half your usual warm-weather distance; if you normally run four miles, start with two. Warm up indoors for five minutes before heading out. Running in place or jumping rope makes it less likely you’ll strain a muscle. Stay dry – even after you sweat.
- Get out of damp clothes as soon as possible, even if you cannot shower immediately, and change into dry clothes.
“If you work out, it’s a mood booster, so not only will you make yourself look good, but you’ll feel better,”
Tip 1: Work out with a friend – It’s much more fun to work out with a friend then alone.
“Make play dates with buddies, so instead of staying at home, go to a fitness session together,”
Tip 2: Get a trainer
It’s harder to let someone else down, then it is to let yourself down, So if you have a trainer – you won’t be likely to cancel on them.
Tip 3: Put on your sneakers and go
“Put it on, and before you know it, you are going to be like, “˜Well, I’m already dressed, I might as well go,'”
Tip 4: Don’t watch the clock
“My trick, and what I tell my participants in classes, is we’re just gong to work out for 15 minutes. After 15 minutes if you don’t feel like it, go home,” “Most of the time when you are there, you’re blood gets flowing and you want to stay for half hour, 45 minutes or a full hour.”