When winter hits, getting out of bed to exercise isn’t particularly appealing for most of us. Winter also heralds an increase in colds and flu. So why would you want to keep exercising in the cold, and what’s the best way to prepare for it?  Accredited Exercise Physiologist Caitlin Feeney gives us her insight into why you need to keep moving and the best tips to keep you on track. Why you need to move even when it's cold   Preparing for summer You might have summer training goals or simply want to maintain all the work you have done in the previous summer....

If you're usually a morning person, who wakes up when the sun comes up and exercises first thing - the onset of winter can give your motivation a real knock.   The darker, colder mornings, make it so tempting to hit that snooze button, and for a lot of people the struggle to get out of bed, especially to exercise, in winter - is real. Those that live in colder climates will often talk about their 'winter bodies’ as often we eat more, sleep more and exercise less during the colder months.  We know that exercise increases our endorphin's, improves muscle mass, decreases...