While things like hiking and running are a great workout, Arizona summers and its unforgiving heat requires some creative tips to stay healthy indoors. Actually, Arizona is notorious for causing heat exhaustion and other heat-related illnesses during the summer. So if you’re not prepared with the correct clothing and water supply when you go out to exercise, you are potentially put your own well-being in danger. So how do you keep up your workout regimen in these conditions? The average person may not have time or money to commit to a monthly gym membership. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to stay in good shape that doesn’t involve going to the gym or setting foot in 100-degree weather. If you find yourself wanting to exercise but hesitating because of the weather, you should consider these alternative options that will keep you cool and healthy.