Still battling your post-holiday cheat days? We know it’s tough to keep up with your exercise routine during the winter, so we’ve compiled a list of ways to stay fit this winter in Brampton.
Go ice skating
Skating is undoubtedly a great way to get in some cardio, and it’s also fun. An actual workout, or just a casual skate with friends and family will get your heart rate up. Brampton has plenty of options, both indoor and outdoor, with Gage Park and the new skate trail at Chinguacousy Park being most popular. A new outdoor rink is also nearing completion at Gore Meadows.
Walk or hike outdoor trails
Grab your dog. Grab your friend. Grab your camera. Outdoor trails are a really fun way to stay fit. There’s plenty of winter scenery to enjoy on these scenic trails in and around Brampton.
Take a class at Brass Belles
This a great way to bring a little heat to your winter fitness routine. Brass Belles offers aerial fitness class, burlesque dance and hula hooping. Their unconventional offerings could be just the motivation you need to stay break a sweat during the gloomy season. Memberships and class passes are available. Find out more here.
Go rock climbing indoors
The city’s first indoor rock climbing gym is set to open at the end of February, putting those Michelle Obama arms well within your grasp. Climbing is a full body workout that will chisel out some real muscles. The climbing gym will have walls available for beginners and experts alike.
Take a soca dance class
Bust a move and get your sweat on! Akoma Afro Dance in Brampton offers soca fitness, African dancing and more. Learn new moves to some upbeat music that will make you want to move your feet.
Get on a trampoline
Is it a workout or just the best time of your life? It’ll be hard to tell if you’re burning calories at Aerosports Trampoline Park. Enjoy wall-to-wall trampolines and a giant pit of foam shapes. Join in on the free jump, or for a more adult fitness experience, try the dodge ball or aerocise fitness classes.