Following these simple recommendations, you can train more and better during these days of a nasty cold.
During winter, the temperature decreases, so going outside for training can be a more complex task than usual. However, it is not time to become a hermit, but to do everything possible to avoid losing this good healthy habit. If the cold corners you but you feel you have the will to move and sweat, we suggest you follow the following tips. Remember, nothing stops you.
Warm up longer
If you finally got out of the house, try to spend more time warming up before the most intense exercise. Stretch as much as you can, move your arms, legs, and hip. If you have a special routine, perform it as usual. In this way, you will avoid causing damage to muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints.