5 tips to stay fit this summer

25 Jun

1, Change the time:
• Best the heat and get outdoors early or wait until evening when the temperatures and humidity tend to be lower.
• If you are out before sunrise or after sunset, be sure to wear reflective clothing and shoes to keep you visible.

2, Cool off in the water:
• Summer is the perfect season to use local lakes-swim, Kayak, canoe or try paddle boarding.
• Use community or gym pools.
• Join a water aerobics class or exercise on your own.

3, Protect your skin:
• Use sunscreen every two hours when you’re outside to protect against overexposure.
• Reapply sunscreen after swimming or sweating.

4, Hydrate:
• Drink fresh water liberally throughout the day.
• Take bottled water with you when you’re outdoors to avoid dehydration. It can be challenging to find water fountains when you most need them.

5, Workout indoors:
• It it is too hot outdoors, join a gym, walk in the local mall or use your community center’s workout room.
• Get fitness games for your gaming system.


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