by Kafi Drexel
Yes, we know freshly fallen snow is pretty, but winter in the city or 'burbs (FYI: SoCal, Florida and other warm places, we know you can't relate) also makes us think of below-freezing wind chills, runny noses and getting out of work when it's pitch black outside. Which forces you indoors. And all that inside time can be a major downer. But we've got a few easy ways to fix a serious case of the end-of-year yucks, and hey, burn some bonus cals while you're at it.
"Exercising inside or out--even in the winter--is linked to a lessened index of depression," says Jordan Metzl, M.D., a sports medicine physician and author of the new book The Exercise Cure: A Doctor's All-Natural, No-Pill Prescription for Better Health and Longer Life. We love his doc's orders on how to slip in more movement this month:
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Sneak in walking. Do you take mass transit to