Summer sunshine and warmth making being outside easy and fun—even when you're working out. But as soon as that first gust of fall air blows in, you may be inclined to head indoors until it's warm again. Hey, I don't blame you.
Needless to say, this won't be good for your workout routine.
It's an unfortunate side effect of the changing seasons, too, since outdoor exercise has many proven benefits, including increased calorie burn. In order to maintain these good vibes, here are five ways to make your fall workouts even more fun than your summer ones: