3 New Workouts to Try This Fall

As the weather begins to cool down and we get back into the swing of things, the fall season can be a good time to revisit your and your family’s health and wellness goals. Fall is a beautiful time of year to get active outdoors.

There are so many different types of workouts and ways of being active. Try adding something new to your fitness regimen this fall:

  • You might look past it as a great form of cardiovascular exercise. The fall is the perfect time of year to explore your area’s natural beauty – and naturally, you’ll find yourself on an incline, which is great for building muscle. You can also try looking up some hiking trails in your area and exploring nature around you! And when the weather gets too cool for that, you can continue your training at an indoor health and wellness center in Newtown, PA.
  • Just because summer is coming to an end doesn’t mean that swimming is off the table! Swimming laps is one of the best ways to burn calories – you can burn up to 500 calories in a single hour swimming freestyle. Visiting Newtown Athletic Club, the top wellness center in Bucks County, PA, is a great way to get started swimming – no matter the age, no matter the season. The NAC comprises an indoor pool that can be used year-round, as well as lifeguards and trainers on duty to keep you and your family safe.
  • This version of cardio endurance exercise has taken the world by storm. While most of us are guilty in thinking that Zumba is too much of a ‘dance’ class for someone who doesn’t ‘dance,’ this workout is destined to get your heart rate up while you’re having fun. Group exercise classes at the NAC connect you to the energy, enthusiasm and inspiration of the fitness community. It blends music, motivation and movement to create your ideal exercise experience.

When you revisit your family’s fitness and wellness goals this fall, consider the Newtown Athletic Club as a venue and resource to help you get there. Visit newtownathletic.com for more information, or call us at 215-968-0600.

 

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