Prefer to workout outdoors

It passed through several city parks, including Falls Park

I prioritize my health and physical fitness. I am conscientious about my sleep, hydration and nutrition. I devote approximately an hour every day to some type of workout. Living in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, I am most often forced to exercise indoors. During the spring and fall, there is a lot of rain and chilly weather. The summers tend to be short, hot and humid. The winters are long, snowy and brutally cold. I have a room in my house set up as a gym, and I’ve invested into quite a bit of equipment. I can run on the treadmill, pedal the stationary bike, lift weights, use battle ropes, jump on a mini trampoline or jump rope. It’s helpful that the room is temperature controlled. I don’t need to stress over what to wear to accommodate the unpredictable weather. There is no worry over mean dogs, exhaust fumes or bugs. The air conditioner and furnace feature zone control that allows me to set an independent temperature in the home gym. I keep that area cooler than the rest of the house. Despite the comfort and convenience of my home gym, I prefer to get outside whenever possible. I have invested into clothes for just about any weather. I have moisture-wicking shorts and tanks to handle the heat and humidity. I have thermal pants and jackets to combat the cold. I have waterproof gear for when it rains. I love to head to the Big Sioux River Recreation Trail. There is over thirty-four miles of paved trail that circles around the city and follows the banks of the Big Sioux River. It passed through several city parks, including Falls Park. It’s ideal for running, cycling or roller-blading. The scenery along the trail is gorgeous.
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