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I enjoy working out in colder weather.
I am limited to what I can do in extreme cold.
You didn't say how many calories shivering burns. Since I find 70 degrees cold, I do a lot of shivering.
Learned something new today. Never heard of Broomball before. I'd rather shovel snow. It serves two purposes. Makes me feel like I accomplished something good for me in two ways.
I love walking, but for me to do it in the winter, it has to be above freezing and no ice. I don't mind light snow, but with the ice I am afraid of falling and not being able to get up.
I moved to Las Vegas to get away from the snow and ice. Outdoor activities are not for me.
Shoveling snow only activity I do and that is limited depending on how cold it is. Other than that I don't do, can't do, won't do any of the others...sitting inside and looking out is enough for me until warmer weather comes to stay
I'm glad we don't have extreme temperatures, but we do have plenty of rain and the only way to cope with it is to embrace it.
We don't get a lot of snow lately and when we do, it's not enough to shovel but I agree shoveling snow is quite a workout!!
You can keep cold weather!
Not fond of cold wether activities. I will go for a walk if it isn't below freezing.
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