Adults ditch exercise if it’s cold or raining – and struggle with motivation in the evening, research reveals

MILLIONS of adults have revealed their top excuses for ditching their attempt to get fit – with rain and cold temperatures topping the list for not exercising regularly.

Some of the top reasons people down work out include finishing work too late, already having other plans and being hungover.

Food also has an impact with one in 10 of the 2,000 adults polled admitting they’ve skipped exercise because they were too hungry and 16 per cent have done so because they’d only just eaten.

But for three in five, the weather makes a difference on their fitness routine with rain, cold temperatures, snow and it being dark all making the list.

The study also found more than half of Brits are likely to use an excuse when planning to exercise on their own.

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