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When seasons change, you routines probably change too. That’s not always a good thing for your health.

With the advent of cold weather, shorter daylight, and the school year, it’s all too easy to drop the workout routines that were a fun, productive part of summer. Brett Bartholomew, a performance specialist at Phoenix-based EXOS, formerly known as Athletes’ Performance, knows all about maintaining fitness as seasons change. As the trainer of countless pro football players, including Patrick Chung (above) of the New England Patriots and Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers, Bartholomew is an expert on staying fit year-round, even as your external circumstances make it easy to make excuses.

Understanding that this is often the time of year when great summer routines begin to die, EXOS recently published a list of 10 ways to stick to your workout. Here’s the list, with comments from Bartholomew about how to make sure you’re not derailed by winter and everything that comes with it.

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