Studies show that outdoor workouts are more effective than indoor ones; running on solid ground instead of a treadmill, for example, increases your workload up to 10 percent. The same applies to cycling, in which wind drag creates the need for more energy output. Research also shows that being outside improves your attitude toward working out.
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