Exercise is necessary to keep the body healthy. However, not everyone is motivated enough to be able to exercise outdoors in the cold winter.
Let’s find out if many people still persist in the morning exercise in the winter for any special reason?
Helps to lose weight
During the winter, the outdoor temperature is often much lower than the body’s normal body temperature. So when exercising outdoors, you tend to be more active to regulate your body temperature. This will consume more calories, helping you lose fat faster.
Increase vitamin D
People who are physically active, such as running, playing basketball or soccer for three or more hours a week, reduce the risk of a heart attack. Combined with lowering cholesterol in the blood, outdoor physical activity has been highly appreciated as an integral part of the process of improving cardiovascular health.
Help adapt better
Cold weather will make you feel uncomfortable and uncomfortable when you start practicing outdoors. But that feeling will only last for the first 2-3 days.
Help you be happier
Outdoor training will make you feel better and endure better than exercise in the gym. Besides, outdoor exercise helps you feel more alive, happy, enthusiastic and makes many diseases such as depression, stress and fatigue no more.
Increase exercise performance
Outdoor space has the ability to enhance exercise performance. And the most important thing is to influence the participants’ psychology about the intention to continue participating in the exercise the next day, making them no longer feel ashamed and mechanical as when going to the gym.
Good for the brain
The regular exercise, especially in the winter will help people reduce depression, enhance memory, concentration and the ability to acquire new knowledge. In addition, exercise slows down the brain’s regeneration process, helping to prevent Alzheimer’s disease (dementia in the elderly).
Old age will come more slowly
Many studies show that taking part in a sport regularly helps to increase human life expectancy. Recently, medical experts have also demonstrated that motoring slows down the aging of cells. Thus, hard work in the winter not only helps you live longer but also always healthy young.
Winter physical activity improves circulation, provides oxygen and nutrients needed to nourish the skin. In addition, it also works to heal open wounds quickly, limiting the condition of dry, flaky skin.