From Summer to Winter: Working Out in Different Climates

From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: Does working outside in the cold burn more calories?
Air Date: 12/11/15
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Cristina Panagopoulus, personal trainer for RightFit Personal Training
Cristina PanagopoulusCristina Panagopoulus is a RightFit Personal Trainer. She has been in the fitness and health industry for over a decade. She began at the University of Illinois training in one of the biggest university recreation centers in the country. She became certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine for personal training and metabolic coaching.

She is also certified as an ACE Orthopedic Exercise Specialist and Pre- and Post-Natal trainer. Cristina is qualified for nutrition and wellness consulting through the American Fitness Professional and Associates and has spent the past few years dedicating herself and her services to her business, CW Physique.

Her business is an in home personal training service and offers online fitness and nutrition. When she is not busy training, she is busy training herself. She is a two-time nationally qualified bodybuilder in the Figure division through NPC.
From Summer to Winter: Working Out in Different Climates
With the seasons changing, the warm sunny air is quickly turning crisp and cold.

You may find your motivation for exercising slipping away, and also find it easier to stay cuddled up on the couch during the winter months.

However, just because it's cold outside doesn't mean you can't switch up your workout routine, where you work out, and put on a few extra layers to get your run in outdoors.

How does working out in different weather conditions affect fuel burn and weight loss?

Listen in as Cristina Panagopoulus, personal trainer for RightFit Personal Training, discusses working out in different climates and weather conditions.


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