‘outdoor exercise’

Ten Ways to Stay Motivated to Exercise as the Season Changes

By Lori Wright on 11/11/2014

With the leaves fallen, cooler air and shorter autumn days, getting motivated to move may be a little more challenging.  With that in mind, I decided to take a survey from some of my friends to find out what motivates them to exercise this time of year: Exercise Motivation: Keep Your Momentum Going Keep It Fun Finding an activity that you look forward to […] Read more »

10 ways to stay motivated for exercise

Find a Workout Routine for All Types of Weather

By Robyn Priebe on 08/15/2012

In discussing the typical obstacles to exercise, it’s common to hear people mention the weather.  “It’s too hot” or “it’s too cold” or “it’s raining” or “it’s icy out.”  Sometimes these could just be excuses, but often they are valid reasons to stay indoors.  If your favorite mode of movement is an outdoor activity like walking, biking, running, hiking, etc… what can you do when the […] Read more »

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Sunshine as Therapy

By Robyn Priebe on 05/11/2011

Now that the weather is FINALLY warming up in VT after a long winter, it's been great to spend more time outdoors.  Last week I literally got up at 5 AM so I could do some gardening before work.  That may sound crazy, but being able to be outside in warm weather really perks up my mood.  Even though I got […] Read more »

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