Next time you’re on vacation, start your day refreshed (and maybe sweat out last night’s alcohol) using these tips for a productive run on the beach!
I’ve historically taken a while time to get it together after a move. In college I’d bring a few things from my parents’ house each time I visited instead of moving into my dorm all at once. I waited too long after moving to Ohio to switch my driver’s license and ended up having to take the same road test given to 16-year-olds. And most recently, I came to a new state in the middle of the holidays, when you can’t turn around at work without seeing a different table laid out with homemade treats.
Think I joined a gym right away?
Nah, I ate frozen potpies and cheezits and overslept. But I had moved to Florida, and while I function okay on a junk food diet, I go batshit crazy without semi-regular exercise. So I started running on the beach.
Running on the beach is a great way to confuse your muscles (assuming you don’t do it regularly) while soaking up the sun and scenery on a warm-weather trip. Read on for some tips to help you get the most out of your workout!