When it gets cold, people migrate inside and begin to put on Christmas weight, or hibernation weight. The pounds and flubber start pouring from little crevices that most people didn’t even know was there. That’s the thing about winter, since the ground hog always sees his shadow it’s safe to assume that every year winter is six weeks longer than the average person needs it to be. This sitting around for months at a time hiding from the cold weather can turn fit people into couch potatoes.
Not only does this weight cause people to be self-conscious, but also brings down the quality of life, and I’m sure plenty hibernators know the struggles of trying to get back in shape after the long winter months. Well, never fear because here are a few tips to keep off the hibernation weight and improve the quality of your life the whole time jack frost’s nipping at the heels.
Three Ways To Keep The Hibernation Weight Off
1. Join a Gym- Often during the winter is the best time to join a gym because they tend to understand the variables that come along with cold weather, and snow. During the winter gym’s will usually offer discount deals to attract the non-snow bunnies out during the cold months. Gym’s also offer personal trainers that can help to create specific workouts.
2. Buy a Home Gym- The beauty of home gyms of the 21st century is that almost every company will offer a payment plan which means that for a fraction of the price of joining a gym a person can put a personal home gym in their living room.
3. TV workouts- The television now offers a variety of viewing programs that are interactive and will take you through almost any kind of workout every day for the price of cable.
Whether it’s buying a gym or joining one, the best way to shed that hibernation weight is working out.