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Faber

Exercising during the hot and cold seasons

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Do you do the same types of exercising year round or does it change some based on the weather/season?

 

 I like running sometimes in the very cold but dread the heat and humidity. It's more difficult for me during the summer, but my swimming at that time improves.

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My Dear Mr. @Faber you are making the assumption, I exercise any season. . image.png.b1c5ac429f2df60859566a7f17b98291.png:classic_smile:

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Okay Becky, stop making excuses and hit the gym!

 

I told my wife that I am going on a "see (sea) food diet"....whatever food I "see" I eat!

 

This was seven years ago but it was great running when it was 15 degrees Fahrenheit in Andong, South Korea.

 

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