Five Tips for Fall Fitness

Now that the weather is cooling off, many of us are thinking about dropping a few pounds and building a bit of muscle to help us counteract the Holiday food that we are going to be presented with starting in just a few short week!  These 5 ideas for Fall fitness will give you a few ideas of how you can take advantage of the cooler weather without sacrificing the workout! There are all kinds of fitness activities for autumn that can inspire you to get (or stay) in shape.  Here are some fitness activities that you can engage in this fall.

Fitness Tips for Fall Five Tips for Fall Fitness

1.  Get Out and About

While it’s not really a workout program, just getting out and about is an important component of fitness. Get out and enjoy your local events, such as corn mazes, fall fairs and festivals, foliage tours, and Halloween-themed events. Maybe you can find a run or race taking place later in the fall, and start training for it. A fun aspect of the “get out and about” approach is that you can get the whole family involved, or partake as an individual or couple.

2.  Hiking and Camping

It’s a beautiful time of year, so why not get outside and enjoy it? Your local parks are a great place to be in the fall. Hiking trails, mountain biking, and camping are all fitness activities that are made all the more pleasurable by the beautiful foliage and comfortable temperatures.

3.  Yard Work = Fall Fitness

There’s no doubt about it – autumn brings a lot of yard work. Mowing and trimming may slow down, but the leaf-raking seems never to end. Why not make a fitness program out of it? Raking is good exercise. Do it regularly yourself rather than hiring others. You can also find other yard chores, such as cleaning up the yard and garden for winter.

4.  Sign Up for Lessons

In autumn, kids head back to school, which might free up some time during the day. Regardless, autumn is a time for learning new things. Why not sign up for that Zumba class or Yoga workshop? Maybe you’ve always wanted to learn how to ballroom dance or some other skill. Now is the time! If you are interested in an activity, you’re more likely to stick with it.

5.  Backyard Football

It’s football season! Families of all ages can play some form of backyard football, even using a foam ball for little ones. You can make it a regular event at your house or at a nearby park. You’ll not only be staying fit; you’ll be making some wonderful memories.

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About Kelli Miller

My husband (Ricky) of 14 years, our three wild and wonderfully different little boys, one totally spoiled little dog named Annie, and I live in a small town on the coast of Southern Alabama.

Comments

  1. I recently moved to mountain country (Alberta, canada) and have joined a hiking group. The average age is 70!! These ladies know how to hike and I can only hope to be as fit and active as they are when I am that age. These are great ideas – not sure how I will fair at back yard football, but sounds fun. :)
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  2. Be active. Don’t focus much on working out and just have fun with family and friends. Coming from Friday Flash Blog Hop.

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