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  • Writer's pictureAlicia Nisi

Staying fit during winter, the smart way

Winter is a great time to stay indoors, lay on the couch and binge watch some Netflix… although that sounds fun it is definitely not the best thing for your health. And by the time beach season rolls around again, you don’t want to be rolling on with it.

Thankfully, staying fit from the comfort of your home has never been easier! Whatever fitness level you are there are great home additions that make staying fit not just more achievable but more fun!


Blasting your favourite workout pump up tunes is an essential part to a lot of peoples workout routines, and for good reason. But when you’re at home, you don’t want to have to rely on headphones to experience the music. It is easy to have smart speakers in place and controlled via your voice.


Running on a treadmill or rowing can get mundane, but killing two birds with one stone can be an effective. Watch your favourite tv show or movie while chipping away at your fitness goals. Or you can watch fitness videos, routines or workouts on the big screen so it feels like your own personal trainer session. With a video system added to your workout schedule you’ll hardly realise the hours tick by.

Smart Equipment

There are plenty of emerging and current devices out there that can enhance your home fitness routine. Devices that can keep track of your progress, monitor your body functions or even connect digitally to physical trainers so you can get customised support. Having the technology you use seamlessly fit into your life can encourage and motivate your goals.

There are smart mirrors that act as screens and workout assistances when enabled, smart weights that that use electromagnetic technology to simulate resistance, you can have one dumbbell with all the weight you need.

You can even get a smart water bottle that reminds you to stay hydrated and logs the amount of water your doing via Bluetooth to your phone. This can be great for people who are really into monitoring their food and drink consumption.


An important part of staying healthy is getting good sleep. A smart home can help with that, by creating an amazing bedroom experience. Automated blinds and lights, ambient sounds, climate control and even smart mattresses can all be utilised so that you have the best night sleep, your body can properly recover and then you can tackle the next day full of energy.

Staying fit during winter seems like a monumental task, but having a smart home can help make it more doable and enjoyable. Talk with our experts today at the NISI group in order to understand more about how you can turn your dreary winter home into a hive of productivity and activity.

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