Series: Guide to Maintaining Your Workout Schedule in the DUBAI Summer Months


Summer is the one time of year that you can really struggle to keep up your workout schedule. It’s simply too hot to get out for many people and some take a long break during the hotter months. Even though it can be tempting to skip workouts during the summer, it can be costly when it comes to your basic workout schedule and your body. Here is a list of the topics we will be covering to help you develop your personalized workout schedule and strategies to use during the summer months.

Topic 1: Benefits of Working out During the Summer Months

If you want to know how continuing to work out in the summer months is going to help, you don’t want to miss this week’s post. You’ll discover how important it is to continue your workouts and how they influence your mood and improve your body.

Topic 2: Working Out From Home

This topic is aimed at helping you develop your own successful strategies for working out at home when it’s not possible to get out and about.

Topic 3: Why Taking a Break is Detrimental to Your Health

Earlier, we discussed the benefits of working out during the summer months when you really want to take a break. In this post, we’ll discuss how you can actually harm your health by taking a break from routine workouts.

Topic 4: Video workout guides to use for your home workout

For many of us, working out to a DVD is the perfect solution for maintaining a workout schedule. There are many advantages to working out with DVDs. We’ll list some of the most effective workout DVDs available today and make suggestions based on your specific fitness goals. We’ll also include YouTube channels you can tune in to for your streaming workout needs.

Topic 5: Setting a Workout Schedule

A schedule is imperative if you want to see real results from your workouts. Making and keeping a schedule is going to be a key part of helping you be regular with your workouts. We’ll give you some strategies to help keep you on task and moving.

Topic 6: Working out With Dumb Bells

Are you ready to rock your workout using only a set of dumb bells? We are going to share with you some exercises you can do at home using various sized dumb bells.

Topic 7: Get a Solid Workout While Watching TV

Most people make time to watch TV. By working out while watching television you can accomplish two things you love: catch your favorite show and get your body in shape

Topic 8: Cardio Workouts without a Treadmill

Do you hate the treadmill, but understand the value of cardio workouts? There are plenty of ways to accomplish a good cardio workout without ever stepping on a treadmill. We will explain why cardio is a necessary part of a workout schedule and offer a list of cardio workouts you can do at home.

Topic 9: Treadmill Workouts

You do not have to dread the treadmill. We’re going to offer you tons of suggestions to help make your treadmill a fun place to work out.

Topic 10: Upper Body Workouts You can do at Home

You can use your body weight to work out and strengthen your upper body. We offer readers a list of exercises you can do at home that are specifically designed to build up your upper body.

Topic 11: Circuit Training Using Your Body Weight

Circuit training is a great way to get a good solid workout in. You don’t have to use expensive gym equipment to get in a good workout. We have plenty of suggestions for accomplishing circuit training using only your body weight.

Topic 12: Home Equipment You can Afford

There are many different types of home workout equipment. It’s important for you to choose the best equipment you need to help you reach your personal goals. You will want to catch this post which lists the types of equipment you can afford to use at home.

Topic 13: Working out at Home vs the Gym

There are advantages and disadvantages to working out at home and at the gym. With the right motivation, your home can become the best place for you to get your workout in. This post will motivate you to get it done at home!


Author: Mary Olinger
Author Bio: Mary Olinger is a Fitness & Workout Nutrition Editor at Nutrition Souq. She is a marathoner who trains year round. She holds a Master’s Degree in Health Education. Her expertise is in the field of fitness, diet, weight loss and nutrition. She is an international educator who enjoys writing to helping people make healthier life choices.