Sports classes in the gym have many advantages: they are held in the most comfortable conditions, at any time of the year, regardless of the weather and air temperature. But in recent years, outdoor training in Moscow has become in particular demand. In this direction every year there are more and more fans who have abandoned the usual gyms in favor of the sky, sun and air.
Muscle pain, weakness, constant thirst and apathy – this is not a complete list of symptoms of vitamin D deficiency. To make up for it, it’s not enough to revise your daily diet. Exposure to direct ultraviolet light is necessary, which can be a problem if you don’t take many walks or work indoors.
Outdoor fitness outdoors is a real opportunity to make up for vitamin D deficiency. In doing so, you will feel:
- a burst of strength and energy;
- increase efficiency;
- a decrease in fatigue.
Modern gyms have ideal conditions for sports activities. But after a few months you may get bored with the familiar interior and entourage. You will have to force yourself to come to the next training session every time. And it is possible that because of the monotony and lack of new experiences you’ll even refuse to do sports.
Fitness in nature – it’s the singing of birds, sunlight and the blue sky above your head instead of the usual ceiling. Such an environment improves the psycho-emotional state, reduces stress and anxiety. And every time you will get new bright impressions.
Training in nature contributes to the overall strengthening of the body. It’s all about oxygen, which is enriched in fresh air. Due to this:
- shortens the recovery period after heavy loads;
- Improves the quality of sleep, nervousness and irritability passes;
- immunity increases, susceptibility to viral diseases decreases;
- the metabolism normalizes;
- Accelerates metabolism and rate of fat breakdown.
Even if the gym is properly ventilated, there is always the risk of contracting an infection from a sick person during the seasonal increase in the incidence of SARS. But athletes who prefer to train outdoors are less likely to contract acute respiratory viral infections.
Outdoors, the concentration of viruses is always significantly lower than indoors. This is also facilitated by ultraviolet light, which destroys viruses and bacteria. This means that you will not fall ill at the site, even if next to you there is a person coughing or sneezing with acute respiratory infections.
A wide range of activities
Running and walking aren’t all you can do outdoors. On a specially equipped area you can work out on the machines, do aerobics, stretching or even do crossfit. However, you should not forget about the following safety precautions:
- It is better to refrain from physical activity if you feel unwell;
- choose the right footwear, taking into account the type of activity and the surface;
- listen to a brief safety briefing, which should be conducted by a trainer before the start of the class.