The number one season for fitness just has to be the summer. It’s when people start getting in shape even if it’s not on purpose. That’s because there are more opportunities to walk, run and play. Where we’d drive or take public transit in the other seasons, the summer has us getting there by food or by bike. Beyond that, it’s the season where we grab hold of fitness opportunities such as group runs, marathons, and more.
The summer is no more though, and people everywhere are starting to let their fitness plans fizzle. This is a big deal for both singles and people in long term relationships, because both groups of people tend to suffer from the same downfall. The warmth goes away, the wet creeps in, and we end up boarding ourselves up inside and forget to stay in shape.
It’s primetime for gyms, of course. All those who started fitness plans in the good weather want to have some way to carry on when the weather turns. They run to the gym… wait, no they drive. They drive to the gym and sign on for memberships, planning to continue their fitness regiments in a whole other venue.
We all know that sticking with a gym regiment is difficult and near impossible for most people. The drive and motivation dry up fast. The membership goes to waste and the fitness levels of singles and marrieds drops dramatically.
This is usually how it goes, until the spring. That’s when images of beach bodies and swimsuits enter our minds and we rush off to the gym again. Even that though doesn’t last too long. When the summer comes we are who we are. Then our fitness time starts again, and we feel healthy, and then it’s back to fall.
It would be interesting to see what everyone thinks of this. Is it true for you that summertime is the best time for fitness, the time when you are more likely to be caught working out and staying in shape? Add a comment below and tell us your thoughts, explain what you reasons are and how much exercise you do year round.
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