Take Your Dog for a Walk
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If you’re sick of being inside, your dog might be, too. So put on your coat, bundle up your four-legged friend, and get outside for a much-needed walk. Even if it’s only for a few minutes, spending time outside will be relaxing for both you and your pet, and it can help your dog avoid destructive behavior associated with being cooped up indoors.
Go Ice Skating
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No matter what region you live in, there’s bound to be an indoor or outdoor ice rink nearby. Ice skating can be a fun way for your family to get out of the house, have some fun, and stay in shape.
Strap on Some Skis
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Whether you’re an expert on the slopes or are more inclined to do cross-country skiing on flat land, getting out and gliding across the snow is one of the best outdoor winter activities and a great way to get exercise.
Enjoy a Winter Trek
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Hiking in the spring, summer, or fall. can be a serene experience. But traversing your favorite trails during the peace and quiet of the winter—and getting to see the beautiful mountain snow—can add a new dimension to your outdoor adventures.
Build a Snow Fort
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If you live somewhere with a lot of snow, you may as well embrace it. Grab a couple buckets and utilize Mother Nature’s building material to create a snow fort. Plus, you can turn this into a family-friendly activity by squaring off in a snowball fight around your fort afterward.
Join a Fitness Group
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There are endless options when it comes to group-style workout classes. Between yoga, Crossfit, jazzercise, or just basic aerobic classes at the neighborhood gym, you can find the fitness routine that works for your needs to stay active in the winter.
Build a Home Gym
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Can’t make it to the gym? Create your own at home. A full-body workout doesn’t require much space as long as you have the right equipment. Start by purchasing a set of resistance bands, a yoga mat, and a pull-up bar.
Try a Dance Class
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Go off the beaten path and pick up some new moves at a dance class. Whether you try the tango or the foxtrot, dance classes are a wonderful way for people of all ages to get moving and maybe even meet some new people.
Pick Up an Indoor Sport
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Whether you’re a competitive athlete or just looking for fun things to do in the winter, consider joining an indoor sports league. A quick search online should direct you to local basketball, volleyball, or broomball leagues that vary in skill level from novice to ultra-competitive.
Go for a Dip
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Get a blast of summer and burn off holiday calories by swimming some laps. Many gyms offer heated indoor pools that allow for a fantastic full-body workout that’s easy on the joints.
Walk Around the Mall
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If you need to visit the mall for some holiday shopping, you might as well get some activity in while you’re at it. Park on the opposite end of the mall from whatever store you intend to visit, or make a point to walk a few laps around the shopping center to get in some daily movement.
Visit Local Museums
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Some of the best things to do in winter are to visit art, history, or children’s museums in your local area. Not only will you get to spend time with friends or family, but exploring works of art or various other exhibits can burn calories and serve as a learning experience as well.
Do Some Chores
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There are always things that need to be done around the house, especially in the winter when snow gets tracked in or the driveway and sidewalks gets covered. Think of scooping snow or the extra mopping duty as killing two birds with one stone—staying active and helping out your family.
Schedule a Run
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While some days are bound to be too cold to be outside, others will surely allow for an outdoor run, so throw on an extra layer and hit the pavement! Getting out of the house and into the fresh, chilly air can calm cabin fever and relieve holiday stress.
Climb the Stairs
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While taking the stairs may not be the most exciting of winter activities, it’s an easy way to get in extra steps during the months when it’s hard to spend time outside. Whether it’s climbing the stairs in the parking garage at your work or skipping the escalator at the mall, your heart will thank you.
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