The 12 Days of Christmas – Tips for the Holidays: Part 5

 

The 12 Days of Christmas - Tips for the Holidays: Part 5

The holidays is a time of having fun and getting outside and enjoying the great outdoors as much as humanly possible.  Not only that, but it burns off a ton of calories when you're outside in the cold and moving around!  So don't just bundle yourself up in a sweater and cozy fleece pants, get on your outdoor gear and hit that winter fun HARD!

There are so many fun activities that you can do outdoors!  From snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, skiing, ice climbing, tubing, the list goes on.

Just get outside and have some fun.  Even if it's just taking the kids out and making a snowman, take the time and go outside.

Your health is so much better when you spend a bit of it outdoors.  Even if it's cold and dreary, you can still make it fun, go out as a group or family and burn off some of those unwanted calories.

Heck, having a great big snowball fight is a great way to have some fun and burn off calories too.

Now stop moping around indoors and get outside this winter.  There's plenty to do and explore.  you just have to find those layers, bundle up and get out there.

 

 

 

 

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Jesse "Captain Smash" Howland is the owner of SMASH’s Strength Lab, which offers targeted personal training to reach a variety of fitness and physique goals. A natural bodybuilder, competitive powerlifter, certified personal trainer, and nutrition coach, Jesse is often the go-to resource for personal training Ottawa. He studied Exercise Science at Oregon State University and even trained at the world famous Gold's Gym. He's a former US Army Captain with the 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, a former blog writer at Veterans Fitness Career College, and former Chief Executive Officer at U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM). His workouts and personal training are army-inspired to help reach your weightloss, athletic, or physique goals.