Get outside, people who get outside in the early morning have lower (BMI) Body Mass Index. Morning sunlight, the rays have a strong stabilizing effect on your body clock which regulates metabolism and energy levels.
Make quickie jaunts all day, five minutes in the fresh air can improve mood and self esteem according to a study in Environmental Science & Technology. The goal is to take a "sky" break 3 to 4 times a day, just looking outside (natural surroundings) increases activity in the areas of the brain that control happy memories and stress reduction.
Let yourself feel chilly-as soon as you start to feel cold, the weight loss perks of outdoor time kicks in. Temps 63 or lower will increase activity in the brown fat (the "good" calorie burning kind) and have been linked in reductions in total body fat, according to research from Japan and The Netherlands; cold showers are known to aid in weight loss and boosts energy.
Exercise in fresh air-nature can motivate when you exercise outdoors; you tend to work harder and feel more powerful than when you work inside. Your immunity gets a boost from outdoor activity as well. Walking in wooded areas can increase the function of cancer-fighting white blood cells, according to research from Nippon Medical School in Tokyo, ("Shape," Jan/Feb, 2015).