Saturday, December 13, 2008
Looking for Winter Work-Out Ideas
So ... I need your, and your friends, collective wisdom on ideas for working out in the winter in a city. Here's the current state of affairs:
* I'm having an incredibly tough time motivating getting up in the morning to run in the park
* I already walk about a mile on weekdays as part of my commute, and 2-3 miles each day on the weekends. (Not that I'm against more walking.)
* I have about 6 foot wide, 4 foot deep space between my couch and my TV in which to move in my apartment. Otherwise, I'd be jazzercizing in my kitchen.
* Don't have a ton of money right now, especially since I just started going back to WW and I'm above my goal weight, so even though I'm Lifetime, I have to pay that pesky per meeting fee.
So, with all those annoying parameters, any ideas on how I can get my a** moving this winter? One thing to know about me, I lurve walking around and living in the city, so for the most part, it isn't hard for me to get out of the house, even in bad weather. Although, I will ask you all if you have found that after you've lost weight, you are colder in the winter. I swear I have never remembered being this cold in my whole life. I am guessing it is because I lost my extra layer. But is that even logical? I don't know how the whole thing works.
All suggestions are welcome!
p.s. Yes, here is my favorite photo of my new niece. This was her Halloween costume :)
Posted by TrixieBelden at 11:40 AM