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    Room Temperature Make a Big Difference?

    I workout in the backyard at night, but during the winter months the weight feels twice as heavy outdoors. Is there a scientific reason for this, and does the cold put more tension on the muscles being worked as it feels much harder to complete the same workout that I do at the gym? Is it beneficial to work in cold climates and essentially force / shock the muscles to work harder in tougher climates, or even after a cold shower?






    When I workout at the gym I have to keep increasing the weight just to feel the same tension that I felt outdoors as I'm used to working in the backyard. Does blood temp / climate play an important role in physical strength and endurance? Can't decide if I should preference the outdoor workouts because they feel much tougher, or should I just stick with indoors instead?
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    Yeah I'd think it would actually play a huge role theoretically. Increasing blood flow with things like nictric oxide from L-Citrulline/L-Arginine does tend to increase performance in the gym and when you're in the cold your blood flow is going to be decreased a bit, generally. Same reason why you can stretch more in a sauna and why your joints feel relief from heat. You're more likely to get injured weight training in the cold
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    This is all in your head, or rather, you didnt warm up properly in colder weather.

    Gravity does not depend on temperature.

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    After checking up on it, I read that cold weather causes the blood vessels and arteries to narrow which decreases the oxygen levels to the heart and restricts the amount of blood being fed to the muscles. Warm-ups help but the moment I rest between sets I feel the blood flow restricting again as the cold weather fights back. I think this is why compound lifts feel tougher outdoors because more muscles are being used which requires more blood. The good news is that isolation exercises feel 10x better outdoors than indoors. My guess is it's because the blood flow is only being channelled directly to the specific muscle being worked without being redirected to any other muscles and the cold weather keeps the emphasis of blood directly on the isolation movement, and nothing else. I guess the cold weather does have a positive effect on performance after all.



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    Adding a second layer helps. I usually add a third when it gets around 15-20f. Makes a big difference.
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    You should dress appropriately for the temperature if you work out in cold weather, and not try to shock your muscles or your body via exposure during the exercises or rest periods. Other than that, cold climates and makeshift outdoor workouts can be similarly as effective as indoor ones:

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    How cold does it get where you are. For me, the colder the better, when you overheat the muscles become less efficient, biological enzymes have a narrow temperature range.
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    I am not sure of the effects, but I do better in slightly cooler conditions. I guess I get hot too readily.
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    Originally Posted by BenMcLeodNZ View Post
    How cold does it get where you are. For me, the colder the better, when you overheat the muscles become less efficient, biological enzymes have a narrow temperature range.
    Mid 20's fahrenheit but feels much colder during frost, wind, and rain at night.

    I think one of the main benefits of working in colder climates are the reduced oxygen levels which make it harder to inhale and easier to fully exhale and maintain it with each extension. Ab workouts feel on fire in cold weather.
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    Its -10 in my shop gym right now. Love lifting in the cold. I just wear gloves to keep hands from freezing.

    Been in a university gym for the past week due to work and am sweating my balls off.

    I find a few degrees above freezing to be optimal for lifting for me. Long pants and a hoodie, and no gloves needed. Perfect temp imo.
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    Originally Posted by William2018 View Post
    Mid 20's fahrenheit but feels much colder during frost, wind, and rain at night.

    I think one of the main benefits of working in colder climates are the reduced oxygen levels which make it harder to inhale and easier to fully exhale and maintain it with each extension. Ab workouts feel on fire in cold weather.
    You lift weights outside in the rain? Haha that's nuts.
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    Originally Posted by Hutrapper View Post
    I find a few degrees above freezing to be optimal for lifting for me. Long pants and a hoodie, and no gloves needed.
    Very disappointing that you don't work out in that fur hat.
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    Originally Posted by air2fakie View Post
    Very disappointing that you don't work out in that fur hat.
    Hoodie and pants for above freezing.

    Below freezing I generally lift nude with the exception of the hat...
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    Originally Posted by BenMcLeodNZ View Post
    You lift weights outside in the rain? Haha that's nuts.
    Only if it rains towards the end of a workout, and during a light rain spell. Only downside are the bugs that come out at night and get everywhere, and dodging a few birds that fly directly overhead.
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    Originally Posted by Hutrapper View Post
    Hoodie and pants for above freezing.

    Below freezing I generally lift nude with the exception of the hat...
    Hah but then it prob wasn't you I saw training outdoors when I was snowboarding a while back.

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    Originally Posted by air2fakie View Post
    Hah but then it prob wasn't you I saw training outdoors when I was snowboarding a while back.

    Notice how the protagonist is doing farm chores, while the "bad guy" is at the gym with all the high tech equipment. ppppffft. The general public sees lifters as selfish. There are some of the nicest people in the world at the gym, but they get endless bitching. I don't know how many times I've been told, "Oh but farm work gives you a better work out." Total bs. Farm work does not help the lifter. That line is just another way to subordinate someone and imply that doing something to better yourself is rude. "Thanks for all the extra chores!" is what I'm supposed to say. I don't even know why people keep farm animals they're filthy and disgusting. I guess some folks just aren't happy unless they've got some animal to neglect and abuse.

    Major props to those of y'all with nuts massive enough to be working out in the cold, at night, in the rain. I set up an outdoor gym for a while, but the mosquitoes were so wretched that I couldn't bear it. While it lasted, my outdoor days were really some of the toughest, and least effective. Now I utilize indoor gyms with lovely lifters, music, and distilled water. The work out itself is hard enough. I also like to just be around other folks pursuing their fitness goals.
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    Originally Posted by yipiekaiyay View Post
    Notice how the protagonist is doing farm chores, while the "bad guy" is at the gym with all the high tech equipment. ppppffft. The general public sees lifters as selfish. There are some of the nicest people in the world at the gym, but they get endless bitching. I don't know how many times I've been told, "Oh but farm work gives you a better work out." Total bs. Farm work does not help the lifter. That line is just another way to subordinate someone and imply that doing something to better yourself is rude. "Thanks for all the extra chores!" is what I'm supposed to say. I don't even know why people keep farm animals they're filthy and disgusting. I guess some folks just aren't happy unless they've got some animal to neglect and abuse.

    Major props to those of y'all with nuts massive enough to be working out in the cold, at night, in the rain. I set up an outdoor gym for a while, but the mosquitoes were so wretched that I couldn't bear it. While it lasted, my outdoor days were really some of the toughest, and least effective. Now I utilize indoor gyms with lovely lifters, music, and distilled water. The work out itself is hard enough. I also like to just be around other folks pursuing their fitness goals.
    I think you're looking at it wrong. The movie, at least.

    The bad guy had the best everything you can buy, and Rocky was the underdog training with what was available.

    But have you ever carried a tree? That's nature's barbell
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    Originally Posted by WakingOp View Post
    I think you're looking at it wrong. The movie, at least.

    The bad guy had the best everything you can buy, and Rocky was the underdog training with what was available.

    But have you ever carried a tree? That's nature's barbell
    Never thought that clip would spark an analysis of Rocky IV. Cold war themes aside, the "bad guy" killed good ol' Apollo during an exhibition match.

    Rocky requested the remote location and limited equipment to get away from it all, and go back to a Siberian equivalent of punching raw meat. Going back to his roots. Classic storyline, add a couple of training montages... typical blockbuster 80s film.
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    Originally Posted by air2fakie View Post
    Never thought that clip would spark an analysis of Rocky IV. Cold war themes aside, the "bad guy" killed good ol' Apollo during an exhibition match.

    Rocky requested the remote location and limited equipment to get away from it all, and go back to a Siberian equivalent of punching raw meat. Going back to his roots. Classic storyline, add a couple of training montages... typical blockbuster 80s film.

    Back when men were men and movies were good...

    I'd pay good money to see a real, non computer generated imagery movie again. Actually watched Rocky 4 last night.
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    As for farm work not building muscle, I'll generally agree that lifting builds muscle, and work wears you out.

    But farm type work gives you something else too. Something tough to quantify. After all, we all know everyone and their mother is programming loaded carries into routines now.
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    Originally Posted by air2fakie View Post
    Never thought that clip would spark an analysis of Rocky IV. Cold war themes aside, the "bad guy" killed good ol' Apollo during an exhibition match.

    Rocky requested the remote location and limited equipment to get away from it all, and go back to a Siberian equivalent of punching raw meat. Going back to his roots. Classic storyline, add a couple of training montages... typical blockbuster 80s film.
    I guess by number 4 he wasn't confined to makeshift training, but like you said that's where he started in rocky 1, although creed wasn't so much a "bad guy" as just his opponent. It just carries his underdog theme through the series.

    I stand by the fact that carrying hundreds of pounds at a time(like a tree) is gonna build muscle just fine. "Work" doesn't build muscle because things are usually limited to 50 pounds, so it isn't really heavy unless you carry multiple boxes/whatever at once
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    Originally Posted by WakingOp View Post
    I stand by the fact that carrying hundreds of pounds at a time(like a tree) is gonna build muscle just fine.
    Some prefer a push-timber workout.

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