As we near winter and daylight starts to fade away earlier and earlier, your daily exercise routine doesn’t have to. I spoke with the experts at Sport Chalet and they shared outlined ways for you to stay safe and active after the sun goes down. Take a look at some of these helpful tips for outdoor activities after you set your clock back.
In the absence of streetlights, it is important to provide your own lighting. Wearing a headlamp is the easiest way to have a continuous light source with you while running in the dark. Make sure to check the batteries before you head out!
Bike Lights are essential when biking at night. Having a bike light not only helps you see where you are going, but similar to the headlights on a car, it is a way for opposing traffic to see you coming.
Sometimes getting a little bit of fresh air is just what the doctor ordered. Take a brisk walk after dinner with the family and bring glow sticks as a fun alternative to flashlights!
Another way to stay safe as the days get shorter is to add reflective tape to your clothing and outdoor equipment. This is a very inexpensive yet effective way to ensure that people see you while you’re outdoors at nighttime.
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