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Get Fit: how to exercise safely in the heat

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Pierre Vinson, owner and CEO of G.I.VE. Fitness in Detroit is here to show how to exercise safely in the heat.

Here are Pierre's tips for beating the heat:

  • Train either early in the morning or late in the afternoon.
  • Adjust your workout routine according to the heat.
  • Stay hydrated.
  • Find shade.
  • Use oil free sunscreen so your skin can breathe.
  • Wear light-weight clothing.
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