“Getting fresh air and seeing new scenery? These are things a treadmill just can’t provide.”
Summer exercise can be daunting, to say the least. When it’s 90+ degrees out and the sun is beating down, many of us just don’t feel like moving. Or if you do move, it’s only to get to the pool.
When it’s toasty and humid out, I often opt for exercising inside. While I sometimes wish my apartment gym was a little cooler, it’s definitely not as bad as the 95 degrees outside. (I live in Texas, y’all.)
But lately I’ve been wanting to get outdoors for exercise.
Since most of us work inside, exercise is one of our rare opportunities to actually see the sun. Getting fresh air and seeing new scenery? These are things a treadmill just can’t provide.