In general, the cold weather is actually better for athletic performance as it reduces the effects of 'stress' on body heat, so little chance you will be too hot or dehydrated.
However, exercise physiologist, Daniel Zeman, observed that despite the cold weather is mentioned it is better to exercise, psychologically people seem to be more motivated to exercise when it is optimal in warm temperatures.
"As evidence, consider the natural surroundings. At the spring stop hibernating mammals, plants ready to bloom and people are ready for outdoor activities," he explained.
There is growing evidence that exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays help boost vitamin D levels, which in turn can improve the structure and function of muscle. But remember, you only need to be exposed to the sun for 5-30 minutes a few days a week to produce enough vitamin.
"In the end, both the weather is good, but what really matters is that the natural motivation to exercise longer and more optimum may be obtained when the weather was warm," said Zeman.
To be more optimal, following some good things done during exercise, by the time:
This sport is generally done to refresh the body after a half- day activity. Therefore usually mild exercise done, not sweat a lot and do not cause excessive fatigue.