Spliner1969 wrote: »
In the summer I usually do as much walking/jogging as I can, but in the winter I'm in the same boat. I don't pay for a gym so I walk at home, inside while doing cross training (mostly body weight training). I manage to burn a ton of calories daily doing it, and I walk from my kitchen to my farthest bedroom and back in between sets. Back and forth back and forth. Luckily I do it in the early mornings before my wife gets up, otherwise it drives her nuts lol. I work out for about 90 minutes every morning with this routine after spending 30 minutes on my elliptical as a warmup. So where there's a will, there's a way.
deannalaverty wrote: »
To be honest, I don't sweat it. I generally eat a bit more in the winter, and exercise a bit less. Even in the house I am frigid, so I'm certainly not going outside unless I need to tend the sheep or shovel. The spike in activity when spring and summer come around make up for it. Generally speaking I only gain 8-10lbs during the winter, and have lost it all by mid to late June. Though having something like a FitDesk might be helpful for you. You can use it in the house to help warm you up, and get some exercise in.
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