Preferring outdoor workouts

Living in Lakeland, Florida, provides plenty of activities, and the town is located approximately an hour southwest of Orlanda and a little over a half an hour east of Tampa, however it’s close enough to that I often buy tickets to Tampa Bay Lightning hockey games, and when family comes to visit, I take them to Disney World.

There are, but, lots of chances right in Lakeland and the nearby vicinity.

The Circle B Bar Reserve offers 1,300 acres and an ideal endpoint for locals and tourists alike. There is a series of well-took care of trails for hiking, cycling and spotting wildlife. The birdie population is incredible, including waterflow, ospreys, bald eagles and several types of wading birdies. There are also lots of alligators that range in size from a few inches to the length of a car. I like to head to Circle B Bar Reserve for a workout. The trails are clearly marked and hard-packed and offer incredible scenery. Because the weather in Lakeland tends to be especially boiling and humid, exercising outside can periodically be difficult, then for the majority of the year, I need to complete the workout truly early in the morning, to avoid the heat of the morning. I particularly love the brief winter time season, when the low temperature gets down into the fifties. It’s a precious treat to wear long pants and a blazer when I go for a run or a bike ride. I am officially covered in sweat profusely before I even complete my warmup. By necessity, I’ve set up a condo gym that is equipped with cooling system. I have invested into a stationary bike, treadmill, jump rope, battle ropes, free weights, incline bench and a yoga mat, and while I would always cherish to workout outdoors, I can’t tolerate temperatures in the nineties and high humidity.



Lakeland Florida Air conditioning system