July 27

You Can’t Beat Being Outside

Being active and training outside has amazing benefits for your physical and mental health that can’t be replicated in the walls of a gym.

It can help improve our sleep patterns, boost your immune system, reduce your stress levels and improve your overall well-being.

Research has shown that on average, people spend about 90% of their daily lives indoors. 

Our cave men and women ancestors spent far more time outside then we do these days

It’s so important to get outside and be active at every opportunity possible

While it’s great when it’s sunny and warm, there are also likely benefits to training in a variety of different climates and temperatures.

Exposures to cold, heat, humidity, etc., offers an additional type of stress that the body can adapt to that may increase overall resilience and longevity.

Personally, I notice a huge difference training out in mother nature compared to the gym environment. 

I generally get in 1-2 sessions per week of cardio (football or refereeing ) outside and spend at least 30-40 minutes of walking and now cycling I like to do daily on top

From a cardiovascular standpoint, as long as you get your heart rate in the right ranges, you can use whatever types of training you enjoy doing

The more I’m able to get outside and move the better I feel, I think this is part of the reason why I just can’t give up football.

There is no gym better than mother nature, so get outside and get moving especially now we are having our great British Summer.

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