But I do a HIIT workout which gives me a great cardio workout with 30 second intervals of mixed quick workings that can be done indoors in place without equipment. Running in place, knee high running in place, and speed running in place are a few of the little of the interval workouts. It keeps it more interesting for me and keeps you inside which I prefer based on weather.
In college we ran for rowing when it was too icy to be on water. It required agility to avoid the icy patches. I wore a wool hat, smart wool socks (on both feet and hands) – and full length tights with a light sweat shirt. I tried to keep my feet dry…
Now, I do the HIIT class when I can fit it in. It’s “high intensity interval training”
The seconds App has it…
At that temperature the ice is dry. So it's really not that slippery.
It's currently melting and freezing where I am and I find that much more challenging to run in. I just shorten my stride way down in particularly icy conditions
I'm not saying running on ice is the smartest move. But I haven't biffed it yet.
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- How do you retain your focus during meditation?
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- Which is better, exercising before or after breakfast?
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- What can you do to start enjoying the exercise process instead of it feeling like a punishment?
- What is your cardio and strength ratio and what kind of exercise do you do?