5 Ways to Boost Your Health by Going Outside
Two doctors provide the best excuses yet for going outdoors.
Exercise in the Open Air
A 2011 study published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise found that people who walked on an outdoor track moved at a faster pace, perceived less exertion, and experienced more positive emotions than those who walked on an indoor treadmill. In another recent study done in Scotland, subjects who walked through a rural area viewed their to-do list as more manageable than those who walked on city streets.