While making better food choices is important to being healthy, exercising and being physically active is just as important if not more. According to researchers at the Centers of Disease Control, nearly 80 percent of adult Americans do not get the recommended amounts of exercise each week, potentially setting themselves up for years of health problems. And with 2 out of every 3 Americans being overweight and obese, it’s obvious we’ve got some work to do.
But how does one adhere to their new year resolutions to exercise more when being faced with some cold, windy, icy and in some places, snowy challenges?
Find out why exercising and cold weather are not such a bad mix.
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