Will yoga keep me warm in winter?
Since I've been going to my local gym for mainly my yoga 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.
I do yoga. I get cold in the winter. I do not have enough fat in my body. In previous years, I had a few extra pounds. I did not get cold. Like, I get this days.It is also my age. I am older. If you do dancing exercises, you will stay warm. Until, your body can not resist the cold tempetature again.
Thanks for letting me know. I'm new to Yoga and Pilates and do home practice before and after my classes. I weigh 120 pounds right now.
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