There are two types of people in this world: those who find the idea of willingly working out in cold weather laughable and those who will spring at the chance to use the frigid temperatures to their advantage and potentially burn more calories.
While the jury's still out as to whether or not working out in cold weather actually increases calorie burn, the desire to maintain an outdoor exercise regimen throughout the cold winter months is still a common one. Whether you're training for a marathon or simply can't give up that dose of fresh air and vitamin D for six months out of the year, we're here to coach you through your wintry workouts.
We tapped iFit trainer Mecayla Froerer, CPT, for her official guide to working out in cold weather. Find her six tips below, and shop our cold-weather workout essentials to prep for the season ahead.