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Embrace The Outdoors

This is a fantastic time to embrace the outdoors and infuse your fitness routine with a breath of fresh air. Remember these are just suggestions and not all apply to everyone. Simply getting outside has tremendous mental and physical health benefits Remember to start where you are and ask your physician for specific to you best guidance.

Outdoor Workouts:

Get outside and enjoy doing activities like walking, cycling, or hiking in a nearby park. Use outdoor spaces as you can for some resistance and stretching exercises, such as squats, lunges, and push-ups.

Park Circuit Training:

Create a circuit workout using park benches, stairs, and other structures for exercises like step-ups, triceps dips, and box jumps.

Trail Walking or Running:

Explore nature trails or wooded areas for a more challenging and scenic running experience.

Sports and Group Activities:

Join a local sports league or gather friends for a game of soccer, basketball, or volleyball at a nearby court or field.

Spring Cleaning Workout:

Turn spring cleaning into a workout by incorporating squats, lunges, and other movements while tidying up your home or yard.


Dust off your bicycle and go for a ride around your neighborhood or explore new bike trails.

Yoga in Nature:

Practice yoga in a park or open space, connecting with nature and enjoying the benefits of both physical activity and mindfulness.


Gardening can be a great workout! Digging, planting, and weeding all engage various muscle groups.

Outdoor Bootcamp:

Join or organize a bootcamp class in a local park. Many fitness instructors offer outdoor sessions during the spring.

Fitness Classes in the Park:

Attend outdoor fitness classes, such as yoga, Pilates, or group workouts offered by local fitness instructors or studios.


Plan a healthy picnic and incorporate some of the physical activities here and others like frisbee, badminton, or catch to stay active while enjoying the outdoors.

Sunrise or Sunset Workouts:

Take advantage of the longer days and enjoy a sunrise or sunset workout to add a touch of natural beauty to your routine. This This also has huge mental health and sleep benefits.

Water Activities:

If you're near a lake or beach, consider activities like paddleboarding, kayaking, or beach volleyball.

Family Fitness Day:

Get the whole family involved in outdoor activities like hiking, biking, or playing games together.

Seasonal Challenges:

Set fitness goals specific to spring, such as running a certain distance, completing a hiking challenge, or trying a new outdoor sport.

Embrace The Outdoors
Embrace The Outdoors

Remember to start gradually, stay hydrated, and listen to your body. Spring is an excellent time to reinvigorate your fitness routine and make the most of the pleasant weather. ~ We Are Here for You

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