With the New Year underway, many people are well into their new fitness routines. Whether you’ve made exercise an established habit, or are working to do so, let’s talk about the advantages of cross training and switching things up a bit.
Did you know that most people stick with the same exercise routine for months, if not years? Not only can this get really boring really quick, but it’s also not the best for your body or your results.
The term “cross training” simply means practicing/training in two or more types of exercise. For example, if you are an avid runner, cross training would mean you would also incorporate other activities like biking, swimming, strength training etc. But why is this so important to do?