In summer people usually get so lazy even doing different normal tasks but we are here to help you not only in doing normal tasks yet also in keeping your exercise schedule intact. In the summertime, you can keep your exercise schedule if you follow our tips carefully. Otherwise, you may get dehydrated or get dizzier during exercise.
Summer isn’t coming to bother you at all, you just need to learn how to live in summer. You don’t have to quit your routine tasks just because it is hot. No, you don’t have to, you just need to schedule them properly. You need to change your diet plan because in summer you need more electrolytes to keep going throughout the day.
In this cameo, we are going to expose some of the best ways in order to adapt to the environment to do what you want to do. It may take you 4 to 5 minutes to read this article but after reading this article you would be in a better position to hold up your daily exercise routines.
Start by making baby steps:
The American Heart Association recommends 150 minutes of moderate-level exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise per week. If you do 30 minutes of moderate-level exercise daily then it takes you three days to get the optimum level of 150 minutes a week.
So, start your exercise routine by making baby steps like a one-mile jog or walk. Don’t push yourself too hard on hot days. Nobody is perfect and it’s okay to be vulnerable sometimes. We would recommend you to start with a short walk, maybe 10 or 15 minutes.
Then transform your walk into a 5-minute jog or make this jog a part of your walk. If you are a younger person then shift yourself to jogging for 10 minutes at least. And, the most important part is to be consistent no matter what you are doing.
Keep a cooling towel with you and choose the coolest hours of the day to start with your exercise routine. Keep drinking moderate temperature water after short intervals to keep yourself hydrated.
Adjust your exercise routine:
If you don’t have time to do exercise or you don’t go to the gym because the gym is quite far from your house then adjust your exercise routine within your formal routine. Like if you leave your kids at school then you can have a small jog at your kid’s school basketball court or after dinner you can have a walk with your family. These are just some examples you can do a lot better than that.
After waking up in the morning, what do you do first? We recommend that you just sit for a while and take some deep breaths before going to take a bath. You would feel a lot better. After waking up in the morning when you are getting ready for the office, meanwhile, try to infuse your exercise into your “getting ready for your office” routine by moving and breathing more than you did in the past.
Use technology to keep yourself motivated, you can keep a smartwatch to assess your daily exercise routine. You can find your heart rate, your calories burnt and the distance you covered all with the use of technology. If you want to run but it is hot outside then you can do this on a treadmill. Technology can help you a way more than you think you just need to learn how to utilize it in a productive way.
Switch up your place:
Maybe before you prefer to do your exercise in the park or on a green ground but in summers and especially if you are living or visiting Australia where summers can be hot then we would recommend you to avoid doing exercise when the sun awakes before you. If you are visiting this great country, Australia then we recommend you take men’s and womens summer clothing with you.
So, choose the coolest hours of the day to begin your exercise routine. And, when you think that you are feeling dizzy then stop immediately if you feel faint, have a high body temperature, have red rashes on your body, trouble breathing, agitation, delusion, or disorientation.
Maintain optimum hydration levels. Bring along several fresh water bottles. Do not consume ice water right away. Take tiny sips of water. Finally, have a cooling towel nearby while performing the exercises and again we are saying that select the coolest time of day.