When summer’s done, so will your workouts. Since no one wants to see your summer bod, you’re more likely to let your diet slide after August. Not to mention there’s less time to do what you want in the fall. Here are some simple strategies to keep your weight lost during the season of autumn.
Warm up for your warm ups. Get dressed for sweater weather and go outside for your runs. Walk your dog! While social distancing of course.
Get a workout buddy. It takes two to tango, and two to ride a two-seated bicycle. Get your spouse, closest pal, or coworker to vouch for you. It’ll give both of you extra things to talk about, too.
Hunt for your pumpkins. For some, scouting the pumpkin patch is a family tradition. Carving can be a fun thing to do with the kids, or if you’re the hungry type, using them to gain nutrients. Who knows? Maybe you’ll finally find the Great Pumpkin.
Drink water. This is good for all seasons, but it’s still really important! Keep hydrated during the seasonal shift.
Take a nature walk. As cliché as it sounds, the world really does change every season. Get off the chair and take a look! Even just a few minutes out in the sun will stretch your bones and get you some vitamins. Maybe plant a tree or get into some gardening. The earth will love you!
Go nuts with those post-Thanksgiving turkey deals. No one will want those “old” turkeys when it’s not Thanksgiving, so get them while they’re hot (or cold)! You can use that poultry in soups or sauces. Buying in bulk might last until winter.