Summertime Fitness at 10GYM
As summer rolls around, many of us look forward to being outside. But while outdoor activities and summer vacations are fun, and let’s be honest – a reason to slack just a little — we’re here to encourage you to keep up with your fitness routine! Whether you’re a seasoned gym-goer or a newbie at our Oklahoma and Arkansas gyms, don’t let your routine slide. Here are a few reasons why heading to the gym should be at the top of your summer to-do list.
While outdoor activities can provide a great workout, they usually don’t target specific muscle groups as our gym equipment does.
With a variety of machines available, you can tailor your workout to meet your goals. For example, squat racks specifically target quads; Olympic bench presses help build lean muscle mass. At 10GYM, we have state-of-the-art cardio and strength training equipment and a team of qualified trainers to help you make the most of your workout.
A Cool Environment
As much as you may love the outdoors, the heat can sometimes be too intense for physical activities. Going to the gym is a great way to beat the heat and stay cool while working out!
Exercising in a climate-controlled gym helps prevent heat-related illnesses such as heat stroke and dehydration. With air conditioning and comfortable, clean locker rooms, 10GYM offers an optimal environment for exercise!
At times, the motivation to exercise can take a dip, especially during the summer when you’re tempted to relax and indulge. Going to the gym can reignite that motivation and make exercising more enjoyable!
Lastly, going to the gym can be a great way to practice self-care. Exercise has been shown to reduce stress and boost mood, and you can relax and unwind with amenities like hydromassage, sauna, and indoor tanning.
Come shake off the heat and join us at 10GYM today!
Before you start an exercise program or make changes to your nutrition, it’s important to consult with your doctor. This article is intended for information and ideas and is not a substitute for professional care. When it comes to training, your doctor is the best person to help you determine the safest and healthiest approach, especially if you have chronic or recurring health concerns.