Summertime workouts can be difficult to maintain, especially as the weather is sweltering and temperatures keep on rising. In these conditions, outdoor exercise seems unappealing at best and outright dangerous at worst. There are some key strategies, however, that improve one’s chances of not only maintaining an outdoor workout program all summer — but doing so safely. This week, I’ll discuss a few of those strategies and will introduce an exercise that makes a perfect addition to an outdoor workout.
Growing up in a small town in southeast Kansas, I can vividly remember participating in “two-a-day” high school football practices in mid-August. We had one practice around 8 a.m. and another around 4 p.m., but both were brutal tests of endurance as buckets of sweat