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Workouts to Try This Winter

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Workouts to Try This Winter

Even for Southern Californians, the cold (or rain!) can be enough to cause us to stay indoors and avoid going outside to get our workouts done. Unfortunately for some, this also means missing multiple workouts and losing track of our goals. It’s important to ensure health -tops your priority list and you are making the effort to stay healthy. This means finding specific workouts that can be done inside during the colder seasons.


Yoga tests the endurance of the body and helps provide a calming, yet still strenuous workout that is enough to give you exactly what you need. This is a great way to stay out of the cold and still get the workout done.

Sit-Ups and Push-Ups

The classic way to build muscle using push-ups and sit-ups can be very beneficial when you don’t want to go outside. Make sure you are using proper techniques in order to get the most out of the workout. Keep in mind, you can always add burpees (need to explain what burpees are) to the workout to help improve endurance and muscle on your body.


Squats are the perfect way to build up the muscles in your legs. Slowly lowering your body will also help you keep your body controlled and balanced, working up a good sweat and allowing you to have a bit of cardio involved.


Planking is great for stomach muscles and building your core. Try starting face down and holding your body up with your forearms. Then you can do the sides by holding up your body with your right or left forearm, keeping your body straight.

Put all of these workouts together to ensure the healthiest routine possible while indoors this winter. You can have the results you want without having to leave the house. Our goal at Centinela Hospital Medical Center is to ensure you’re the healthiest you can be. Get 2017 started off right.

Visit us at to learn more or come in if you have a medical need. Before starting an exercise program, please consult a physician.