viernes, 29 de noviembre de 2019

An older adult's guide to exercising in cold weather


Harvard Medical School

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An older adult's guide to exercising in cold weather

You've grabbed a hooded jacket, and you're ready for a brisk walk in the great outdoors. But is that enough to keep you safe in cooler temperatures? An outdoor exercise routine at this time of year brings unique risks and benefits. You need a little planning and preparation to keep exercising outside in the weeks or months to come.
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