Are people more vigorous in cooler climates, like Minnesota, than in hot climates, like Florida?
Are people more vigorous in cooler climates, like Minnesota, than in hot climates, like Florida?. Do You sir has this kind of uncertainty?, If yes then plz get the best tips right after below:
Having lived in both places, I would have to say no. Most people like to exercise outside — riding bikes, jogging, playing sports, etc and there are four to six months where that ranges from difficult to impossible in the north. It’s not just the temperature, it’s also the road/path conditions being hazardous — when I lived in Minnesota, there was a beautiful park nearby that I loved taking my dog to, but starting in November, they would close 3/4 of the park and they didn’t plow the paths in the part that was kept open, so I didn’t go there for about four months out of the year.
As for Florida, isn’t it somewhat the same? Too hot and humid in the summer to exercise outside? Well, that kind of depends on where in Florida you are — here in coastal Florida, we have sea breezes that keeps the air moving and less oppressive. One day last July, my wife and I went for a 30 mile bike ride along the beach at noon and never felt overheated. In other parts of the state, they experience “popcorn thunderstorms” in the heat of the day, which also helps cool things off. But beyond that, consider when people want to exercise — usually before or after work — which is the coolest time of the day, not the hottest.
So, a jogger in Minnesota who wants to run before going to work in, say, January, will do so in the dark, in likely slippery conditions and probably in sub-zero temperatures. Contrast that with a jogger in Florida in July, who goes out before work in sunlight and 70° Now, which one of these is more likely to consistently get out for a run?
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