June 17th, 2021

// 4 Indoor Exercises You Can Try When It’s Too Hot to Go Outside

4 Indoor Exercises You Can Try When It's Too Hot to Go Outside

While you love getting outdoors to exercise, you know all too well about just how hot it can be during the summer. As a result, it is sometimes not practical to go out for a long run, bike ride, or other activities. However, this doesn't mean you just have to stay inside and do nothing. Instead, you can try a variety of great indoor exercises that will not only keep you motivated, but also let you try something new now and then. If you're tired of sweating under a hot sun, try these four exercises on that next summer day.


One of the best all-around ways to stay fit, you can decide to go swimming on a hot day rather than toil under the hot sun. An effective and low-impact exercise, you can visit an area recreation or fitness center, swim plenty of laps, and know you got a great workout.

Stationary Cycling

While hopping on your bicycle and riding through your neighborhood, a local park, or elsewhere is always a fun and relaxing way to stay fit, there are some days when the hot weather just doesn't make this possible. In these situations, try an alternative by doing indoor cycling. In recent years, stationary bikes have come a long way. Using state-of-the-art technology, you can climb on a bike and choose various destinations in which to ride, giving you the feel of an outdoor ride without having to endure the heat.


If you want to take it a bit easier with your exercise during hot weather, take a walk indoors. To do so, you can do like many people and spend your time walking inside a large, air-conditioned mall, recreation center, gym, or elsewhere. To make your walk even more fun, you can bring along some family members or friends to make the time pass by even a bit quicker.

Jumping Rope

Last but not least, you can get in a great cardio workout by jumping rope inside your home. If you think jumping rope is just for kids, think again. Used by boxers and other elite athletes, this form of exercise will give your entire body a workout, can be done almost anywhere, and can be finished within 15-20 minutes.

The next time you wake up and find its 100 degrees outside, don't postpone your workout. Instead, try any of these four. Once you do, you'll be feeling the burn without getting sunburned.


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