4. Warm up properly.
Low temperatures make one prone to injury. Try a mix of stretching and short, simple exercises such as jumping jacks before you start.
5, Keep yourself hydrated
It may be harder to notice dehydration during cold weather. Keep drinking plenty of fluids before, during, and after your workout.
6. Exercise indoors
When the temperature is too low, and with possible ice and snow being a factor, sometimes it is safer to stay home and do your exercises out of the cold. You can do treadmill exercises, skipping, jumprope exercises, or burpees when you’re at home. You can even walk up and down stairs. Remember, it is all about keeping active!