5 Different Sports to Get You Out in the Fresh Air

Often people have the idea of starting a new sport, but it can feel like there are barriers to getting started. With these sports though, all you need is a little bit of equipment, and you can be out enjoying the fresh air in no time at all.

Here are five sports to get yourself outside, enjoying some exercise.

Running

Running is the simplest way to get out in the fresh air and do some exercise. All you need are a pair of shoes and some space, and you’ve got an easy way to get outside and shake off the cobwebs.

Some people love it, others can’t stand it, but if you’re looking for something to kickstart your exercise program, then there’s no simpler way than with a run. The better you get, the more you learn to love this sport, and it’s an activity that can keep you fit throughout your life.

Tennis

Tennis is a little more complicated because you need some equipment and a partner to play with, but it’s still a great way to get out in the fresh air. It’s another sport that fits in well with social distancing rules, and it’s a sport you can play at any age.

Once you’ve got out there and chosen your first racket, then you’re ready to get out on the court and challenge the mind as well as the body with this intricate game. Once you get started, you might find it hard to stop.

Horse Riding

Another sport that requires a partner, but this time of a very different kind.

If you have a love of horses and have always wanted to try it, then you’ll find there are lots of great places you can learn to ride a horse and enjoy the fresh air. The right stable will have done all the hard work training the horses and know how to correct a horse that rears, so you will be perfectly safe and have the ideal companion on which to learn.

Cycling

Cycling is a sport that seems to have exploded in recent years, and you can see why. What could be better than hitting the open road, taking in the scenery, and getting an amazing workout all at the same time?

Again, you’ll need a little bit of equipment, but there are very few barriers to getting into this sport, and it’s a great way to keep fit and healthy in the fresh air. Whether you’re the enthusiast who is all about putting in the miles, or you’re simply there to stop at the bar on the way; everyone can get enjoyment from cycling.

Golf

This is another sport that’s all about getting fresh air. You simply can’t beat being outside and taking in the sun (or rain, and wind,) and why not challenge yourself by trying to put a ball in a hole while you do it?

Golf is another one of those sports where once you start, it’s hard to stop, but it’s a wonderful way to stay fit and get out in the fresh air.