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Summer is a great time to get outside and be active, but sometimes the heat can be too much to handle. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to stay fit and active indoors during the summer. In this blog post, we’ll explore five ways to stay cool and active while you work up a sweat indoors.

Try Indoor Cycling: Cycling is a great way to get your heart rate up and build strength in your lower body. Many gyms offer indoor cycling classes, or you can invest in a stationary bike for your home to use all year round. Either way, indoor cycling is a fantastic way to stay active and cool during the summer months.

HIIT workouts: High-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts are a popular form of exercise that can provide a number of health benefits, including improved cardiovascular health, increased calorie burn, and enhanced athletic performance. HIIT is a great way to get a quick and effective workout in, as they typically involve short bursts of high-intensity exercise followed by brief rest periods. Incorporating HIIT workouts into your fitness routine can help you break through plateaus, challenge your body in new ways, and stay motivated to achieve your fitness goals.

Get Your Groove On: Dancing is a fun and exciting way to get your heart rate up and work your entire body. Whether you’re into Zumba, hip hop, or ballroom dancing, there are plenty of dance classes available at gyms and dance studios, as well as videos on various online platforms available to help you stay active indoors. We couldn’t imagine a more fun way to get moving than dancing around in the comfort of the home!

Jump Rope: Jumping rope is a fantastic cardiovascular workout that you can do indoors. It’s a great way to build endurance, coordination, and agility. All you need is a jump rope (you can find high-quality, affordable ropes on Amazon!) and a little bit of space to get started. Don’t know where to start? Try this: 

  • Warm up with some light stretching to get your body ready for exercise.
  • Start with a basic jump, keeping your feet close together and jumping just high enough to clear the rope. Aim for a steady rhythm, and try to jump continuously for 30-60 seconds
  • Once you feel comfortable with the basic jump, try incorporating some variations, such as jumping with one foot, alternating feet, or doing high-knee jumps. As you become more comfortable with jumping rope, gradually increase the duration and intensity of your workouts. Aim for 10-15 minutes of continuous jumping, with short breaks as needed.

Bodyweight Exercises: Bodyweight exercises such as squats, lunges, push-ups, and planks can be done anywhere, including indoors. You don’t need any equipment, just your body weight and a little bit of space. Bodyweight exercises are a great way to build strength and tone your muscles while staying cool indoors.

By incorporating these tips into your summer workout routine, you can stay cool and active while achieving your fitness goals. Remember to stay hydrated (N2G carries refreshing BCAAs if you need some extra hydration support) and take breaks as needed, even if you’re indoors. With these tips, you can have a fun and productive summer, even if you’re spending most of your time inside.

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