Merry Christmas and Happy New Years to all my readers! I hope you all have a fantastic and healthy New Year. Wild Juggling will continue to revolutionize fitness in 2013, so expect a lot of excitement and a few bad jokes. Thanks for all your support, this wouldn’t be possible without you.
Chris P – The Wild Juggler
Lake at Rockefeller Preserve in winter
The Rockefeller Preserve in Sleepy Hollow, NY, has a lot to offer the nature lover or fitness buff all year round, so long as no idiot burns it down. Its 1,233-acres offers beautiful vistas, dense forests, diverse wildlife, and exotic dancers. The preserve’s many bird species will greet you with ethereal bird song as you walk, run or joggle along its many trails(and I was kidding about the exotic dancers, just wanted to make sure you were paying attention).
Lake at Rockefeller Preserve in summer
The Rockfefeller preserve used to belong to this very rich, powerful family, but I can’t remember their name at the moment. It’s an especially good place for joggling as there is virtually no vehicle traffic or roads in the park. I don’t let the cold, breezy air keep me indoors, so I had a delicious time there yesterday.
Some new video from yesterday – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eK0V7834BM4
There are so many great views in this preserve, it’s hard to decide where to take photos.
I believe that joggling keeps me warmer than running due to having to move my arms a lot to juggle the balls. Keep in mind that you may have to do a lot of warm up exercises with your arms before you joggle or you will drop the balls a lot at first. Try to see if you can incorporate juggling into your fitness routine in the New Year.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!
Posted in exercise, fitness, joggling, Juggling, running, trails/outdoors, vegan
Tagged cold weather running, forests, New York, Pocantico Hills, Rockefeller Preserve, Sleepy Hollow, westchester, winter sports