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December 24th, 2012

December seems to have been carefully planned to discourage activity, overload the digestion and diminish the good health which a raised pulse promotes.

However keenly you normally put on trainers for an aerobic hour of fresh air, looking out at misty gales and frosty downpours can really put a sedentary lid on the holiday. For some people though, needs must…

But there’s really no reason (besides immobility, from over-indulgence) why we shouldn’t be out there burning calories, even in the most miserable British weather. Take care to dress appropriately for the conditions and type of activity…

…and you’ll find even a brisk walk gets the circulation pumping and returns sensation to the extremities. Going in to your heated home after any serious exercise, you feel the place has warmed by twenty Celsius.

Once you’re accustomed to the temperature outside, spending a winter’s day without stretching your legs feels unhealthy as a night without sleep.

 

Imagine if you only had one day, or one night per year, to do all your exercise? Definite risk of becoming…rather stout…and you might get quite ambitious about activities you’d thought were for summer only…

…still, there’s something to be said for making the most of the conditions each season provides, particularly when you know they’ll melt away as quickly as ice in a hot toddy.

If Santa’s busy ice-sailing at the North Pole, he won’t have noticed the Royal Navy’s energetic sense of fun in Antarctica…

But he’s a professional. Entering by chimney has taught him all he needs to know about climbing… http://bit.ly/12lq6OY

…come and try it yourself at Head4Heights in the New Year.

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