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As 2024 approaches, many people look to begin the year with resolutions to become more fit. Some people find it challenging to get enthusiastic about outdoor exercise during the winter. However, don't discount the joys of running in a winter wonderland. It's accessible, available to all and doesn't involve gym fees or expensive equipment.
It’s one of the most common new year’s resolutions, a recent study found 48% of Americans who make new year’s resolutions, resolve to begin a fitness routine. But the researchers found only 9% of Americans who make resolutions complete them, 23% quit their resolutions by the end of the first week, 43% quit by the end of January, and the numbers continue to drop from there
People who maintain or increase their aerobic fitness are at less risk of being hospitalized in the future, particularly if they were hospitalized previously. These are the findings of a study conducted at the University of Gothenburg.
When discussing sports-related injuries, we typically think of professional or organized scholastic sports. However, many people in the United States get injured from basketball or football pick-up games, while others get injured cycling and running.
The type of workout you do, and how your body gets its energy to fuel that movement, helps define these different forms of exercise.