Study Says This Is The Best Weather To Exercise In


The last thing you probably want to do when it’s freezing out is go for a hike or a run, but this might change your mind … you burn more calories exercising in the cold than you do in warmer temps.

The reason is all about the body trying to warm itself in extreme temperatures. That internal warming, or thermogenesis, burns a lot of calories. Unfortunately, it only works if you actually feel cold while you are exercising. Making yourself cozy by bundling up in lots of layers and a puffy down jacket won’t get the same results. (Today


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