7 Ways to Winterize Your WorkoutsWinter doesn't have to relegate you to endless cycles on the treadmill. In fact, winter can be a great time to revamp your workouts and get ready for spring, but it does take some planning.
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The great thing about exercising outdoors is that it usually doesn't take too many types of gear. A good pair of walking or running shoes can open up your neighborhood and the world. But winter trekking does take some forethought. Layers are key, particularly layers that keep you dry and not just warm. Wicking socks, gloves, and other accessories are particularly important for people with diabetes, arthritis, or other pain conditions that affect extremities.