it's that coldseason of the year...

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Marrrianne
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it's that coldseason of the year...

Postby Marrrianne » Sat 31 Aug 2013 14:14

SO i live in Ireland now and it'sreally cold here. It's cold outside and it's raining and when I finally get indoor I struggle because it's cold. I got the evil idea to start brewing some hot foods, just to get a lot of spices and damp foods in my stomack.
I know it doesn't help that I'm having frozen banana icecream now... but it made me realize I have to ask you guys in here what you do to keep warm and relax indoor during the winter and autumn??

I know it's a weird subject but I'm just much better starving than freezing. Even my hands are cold all the time.

thanx. !
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Re: it's that coldseason of the year...

Postby dime » Sat 31 Aug 2013 14:21

Put some warm clothes on?
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Re: it's that coldseason of the year...

Postby RRM » Sat 31 Aug 2013 15:52

Also, ingesting enough calories really helps.
Physical activity is really helpful as well.
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Re: it's that coldseason of the year...

Postby Marrrianne » Sat 31 Aug 2013 20:56

hahha yeah maybe i shouldlearn not to take out my frustrations on the forum...

btw if theres anyone living in ireland i would really love to hear from you.....
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Re: it's that coldseason of the year...

Postby Kasper » Sun 01 Sep 2013 09:40

Also, ingesting enough calories really helps.
Yes, I follow those rules for warming yourself up with foods (calories):

Carb > Protein > Fat
(Fruit) sugars > Other carbs
CO > OO

I notice that good posture is also crucial, especially the position of your chest.
For exercise I prefer rebounding more then any other exercise (if it comes to warming myself up).

Hope this helps.

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