Summer Health And Fitness….!!!

With the approach of the summer season, numerous motivators drive people to work out and lose weight. According to experts, people are more motivated to lose inches in the summer because, unlike winter, when flab can be concealed behind layers of woolens, summer is all about beaches and pool parties, which require one to look their best.

Not all diet programs or workout routines are designed with the summer season in mind. The needs of our bodies change with the seasons. Functional exercise in the summer has numerous health benefits, including increased stamina, metabolism, and improved digestion. Furthermore, sweating on a hot day helps the body clear itself of toxins and wastes, and consuming enough nutritious fluids after an exercise effectively refills electrolyte levels and water/fluid content. The benefits of exercising daily for at least 20 – 30 minutes are enormous, including improved cardiovascular and heart wellness, increased nervous system operations and brain power, memory, focus, and improved lung capacity, breathing, and respiratory health.

However, before you start your summer fitness routine, it is critical to follow some fundamental principles, as the scorching heat and harsh direct UV rays can do more harm than good if suitable protection measures and food and hydration programs are not followed. Here are some general guidelines to help you get the most out of your summer workouts while avoiding dehydration, muscular strain, exhaustion, skin damage, and heat stroke, and embark on the fitness journey to achieve a fit and healthy physique.There is a considerable risk of sunstroke if you do not take good health care and exercise excessively, especially outdoors.

Foods to Consume During the Summer

  • Buttermilk
  • Tender Coconut Water
  • Mangoes
  • Watermelon
  • Sweet corn
  • Curd
  • Berries
  • Lemonade
  • Powdered roasted gram
  • Cucumber

Exercise Tips for Summer Heat

Exercising in the summer has its own set of restrictions, especially when it comes to outdoor workouts. Choosing the right training clothes, snacking, understanding when to water, and listening to your body are all critical considerations when exercising in the summer. With the temperature rising by the day, we often notice decreased energy and willpower to engage in essential healthy living practices. Sweat, rashes, and the brutal heat of the sun are significant deterrents to us becoming fit and achieving the excellent summer figure that we have long desired. 

  • Avoid going out during the warmest portion of the day.
  • Wear light-colored, breathable clothing.
  • Apply UVA/UVB sunscreen, preferably with titanium or zinc dioxide, or at least with avobenzene.
  • Drink a lot of water.
  • Keep an eye on your hydration levels.
  • Don’t consume too much alcohol.
  • Stay away from sports beverages.
  • Never allow yourself to get to the point where you feel faint, dizzy, or nauseous.
  • Stop immediately if you feel faint or ill.
  • Understand the signs of heat stroke.

Symptoms of Heat Stroke

  • Unusual behavior
  • A quick pulse
  • Confusion
  • Have trouble breathing
  • Disorientation
  • High body temperature (104 degrees Fahrenheit or 40 degrees Celsius or greater)
  • Hallucinations
  • Coma
  • Agitation
  • Seizure


Consuming a balanced diet, remaining active, and protecting your skin from the sun as much as possible are all strategies to live a fit and healthy summer. If you have a chronic disease, such as diabetes or hypertension, see your doctor or a nutritionist about the necessary changes to your food plan as the seasons change. Last, do not overdo everything, even working out throughout the summer. While the bright outdoors and warm summer surroundings might be a good encouragement to walk out and indulge in daily exercise sessions, compared to the cloudy skies and severe cold of winter, it is still critical to limit training routines maximum of 2 hours daily. Also, while walking or jogging for 20 – 30 minutes is sufficient for a short break, it is necessary to take a 15 to 20-minute break while engaging in rigorous gym workouts or high-intensity exercises to prevent injury, muscle strain, and allow the body to retain strength and stamina for the entire workout session.”Enjoy the sunshine and have a fantastic summer while taking care of your well-being.”

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