As hazy summer days give way to falling autumnleaves, beat the winter blues by exercising outside as much as possible.

Studies have shown that the positive effects ofexercise on your mental well-being are amplifiedwhen you go outdoors. From the calming effects of nature to the mood-enhancing properties of vitamin D, taking your workout outside is revitalising, energising and, most importantly, fun. And even in bad weather, that post-workout glow is so much sweeter when you’ve bravely battled the elements.

Motivation and energy levels naturally dip during autumn and winter, thanks to the lack of sunlight which increases your body’s production of melatonin – a hormone that makes you feel sleepy. A new challenge in the fresh air can be ….

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