Will Pilates keep me in warm in the winter?
Since I've been going to my local gym for mainly my Pilates classes, which is only 10-15 minutes away from where I live in my new apartment, will my Pi-yo classes and home practice keep me warm in winter for my walks? I'm just curious.
Exercise does warm up the body but not for crazy extended amounts of time. Usually one can feel the affects of a workout for up to an hour depending on if you rest or keep moving and how intense the workout is.
I believe your question is; "If I work out before a walk, will my body stay warm?"
That's how the question looks to me but I may be wrong.
The answer is: Yes, if you have an intense workout and then go on a walk, your body will stay in workout mode and keep burning calories, keeping you warm during your winter walks.
I hope this helped.
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