How I (try to) stay healthy and fit during the off-season

Winter may or may not be coming in Colorado. We’ve had an unusually warm fall and it’s looking like an unusually warm December. But with the cold and dark approaching at like, 4:30 PM nowadays, it’s super easy to fall into a rut.

A lot of people suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, which doesn’t make getting out of a rut any easier. To stay healthy and fit over…

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