outdoor workouts

It is always best to err on the side of caution.
Lateral Tuck Jumps (Damon Dahlen/Huffington Post) Step 1: Using the course you set for first set of sprints, stand at one
Autumn is the best season for exploring the outdoors -- hands down. With oppressive summer heat and humidity behind us, we're
Reason number 426 we love summer: You can take your workout outdoors (and stop slogging through another hour on the elliptical). But if going for a long run isn't your thing, you can still break a sweat in the sunshine by trying some butt-kicking DIY moves.
Yoga feels good. But practicing yoga on a board in the middle of a bay or in the ocean is simply delightful.
Incorporate this "move of the day" into your regular exercise regimen or just take a few minutes to give it a try. Each day will be a different move so you can do each one back to back or individually. Performing this one move each day will add up and you will begin to see noticeable changes in your body and an improved mental focus!
"I did the Bikram yoga challenge every day for a month, so when that heat wave hit I didn't even notice it," said Barrett
Breaking out of the norm and learning to see the world as your gym is an extremely beneficial practice. Not only do you get to challenge yourself in new ways outside the gym walls, but you train your eyes and your mind to see fitness everywhere you look.
"Beach volleyball" -- Clary Greatest-ever Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer, and for us at Healthy Living
It's starting to warm up outside and the gym is getting packed. Instead of skipping out on your workout because all the machines seem to be taken, try this fun outdoor workout! All you need to do is find a playground.