Warmer days are finally upon us, and they’re providing us with many ways to make our workouts more fun and enjoyable. If you’re trying to get out of the gym and have a change of scenery, beach workouts may be just the thing for you. Here’s why you should give them a try this summer.
Working out barefoot helps activate different muscles than working-out with shoes. Just make sure to keep your workouts short because it can be hard on your feet barefoot.
If you’re looking for a perfect surface for a low impact workout, sand is a great choice. It will cause less muscle damage and subsequent soreness, increasing your resistance to fatigue in the long run.
Beach workouts may seem extremely relaxing, but they’re actually more demanding than you think. It takes much more energy to work out on sand than many other surfaces. Keeping focus can be very challenging, but mastering it will help prepare you for other mentally demanding tasks.