By Miranda Massie on December 7, 2016
The temperature may have dropped but that’s no reason to stop moving. Check out all of the ways that you can keep your heart rate up over the holidays.
Week 1: Cold Weather Workout Tips
Before walking out the door, make sure to review our cold weather workout tips to ensure that you stay warm, dry and comfortable.
Week 2: Skate Your Way to Health
Enjoy some old fashion fun at Vancouver’s only outdoor skating rink at Robson Square. Skate rentals are $4, and skating is free if you bring your own! Plus, skating is a great workout that has lots of health benefits. Check out a full list of 38 Metro Vancouver skating rinks here.
Week 3: Winter Sport Conditioning
Getting ready to hit the slopes? Try these quick 30-minute fitness conditioning videos for skiing and snowboarding.
30 Minute Ski Conditioning Workout
28 Minute Snowboard Conditioning Workout
Week 4: Staying Strong Over the Holidays
Try these quick and easy bodyweight-only exercises that you can do anytime, anywhere. Even if you are travelling or have a packed schedule of social engagements, you can still stay on track with your fitness goals and routine.
For more even fitness tips and inspiration, visit our Fitting in Fitness page.
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