Become a happier person
Exercising outside helps reduce anxiety and depression. Breathing fresh air can create a feeling of euphoria, which comes from the body releasing feel-good endorphins. Exercising outside also creates greater feeling of revitalization, energy, and positive thinking than training indoors, according to a report published in Environmental Science and Technology. In numerous studies exercising outside has been shown to increase both serotonin production and release. Serotonin plays an important part in the regulation of learning, moods and sleep. A boost in your serotonin will help you feel calm, alert and capable.
Burn more calories
Exercising outdoors burns more calories as your body is being constantly challenged in new ways - the varied terrain of the outdoors encourages your body to challenge itself to move in varied, more complex ways. Also, the varied weather conditions and the different temperatures (the hotter the weather, the harder your body has to work to cool down) will challenge the body.
Working in a team really helps you stayed motivated to achieve your fitness goals – it’s easy to get in a fitness rut when your body knows exactly what to expect from the treadmill. The group dynamic will have you truly trying your best, which means you'll get more out of the experience, and get fitter faster
Achieve your goals
You’ll celebrate your success with your instructor and class mates – you could even selected as he ‘Recruit of the Month’.