At this time of year, a lot of people are starting to turn their attention towards next year and setting some fitness goals. A common one is to join a gym to improve overall health and wellness, as well as possibly targeting a specific aim, like running a half marathon, doing an obstacle race or taking on a triathlon. But while there’s something to be said for jumping in with the New Year’s resolution crowd at your local gym or outfitting your garage with your own gear, it’s also possible to get a functional, full-body workout outside. Monthly dues? Zero. Room for creativity? Infinite. A couple of weeks ago, I wrote part one of my outdoor workout regime and here are three more exercises you can do outside to build strength and power, get some Vitamin D and, heaven forbid, have some fun with your next workout! If the weather turns nasty, you can easily recreate all these exercises in the gym, using a short bar or weight plate for the overhead lunge and medicine or slam ball for the woodchopper and front slam. But get the fresh air if you can. I included a quick, 19-second video showing all exercises, above.