Why Winter is the best season to start a New Workout Routine

How to use the EGYMAs we know, winters in the Midwest can feel like a never-ending cycle of monotony. Whether it be snowstorms, bad roads, or long nights, winter drags on for what feels like years. A great way to combat this monotony is some change and a little exercise. Whether you are a gym warrior or just looking to get started, a new workout routine is a great touch to bring some life to the winter months. Starting a new workout routine has many positives to it.

First off, a new exercise routine can help boost your mood. Exercise is one of the best ways to fight depression and anxiety and can overall improve our mood. A new exercise routine can give you something to look forward to each day.

Secondly, a new exercise routine can help promote better habits as well as productivity. Creating positive change in one area of our lives can help promote change in a variety of areas. Winter can often be a hard time staying focused on our responsibilities, but having one task that can be done consistently, it can help to us feel more confident to complete our other tasks at hand.

The new year is often a popular time for goal setting as well. By starting a new exercise routine, you can create a goal that is easily achievable and can lead you to other goals.

Lastly, wintertime is a popular time for deals on gym memberships, so you can even save a little cash for more presents. In fact, at EGYM at Apex, you can get your first month free if you commit to 6 months.

As you prep for you new workout routine this winter, remember to choose something that you will enjoy. Exercise doesn’t have to be a drag, but it can truly be something you look forward to each day. If you don’t know where to start or need some help, feel free to give Apex a call and see what we can do to help!

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