Good plan - I'm right there with you! :-)
Follow my 5 tips to smiley summer sessions..
1 Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate. Maintain balance by drinking plenty of fluids (preferably water) before, during and after physical activity. Avoid alcoholic and caffeinated beverages.
2 Exercise smarter, not harder. Work out during the cooler parts of the day, preferably when the sun's radiation is minimal — early in the morning or early in the evening. Decrease exercise intensity and duration at high temperatures or relative humidity. And don’t hesitate to take your exercise inside or change it to something else when the temperatures get too much.
3 Ease in to summer. Allow your body to adapt partially to heat through repeated gradual daily exposures. An increase in the body's circulatory and cooling efficiency, called acclimatization, generally occurs in around 4 to 14 days! Not too long really.
4 Dress the part. Wear cooler, looser fitting clothing to facilitate cooling by evaporation. Remember, it’s not sweating that cools the body; rather, the evaporation of sweat into the atmosphere. Wear lightweight, light-coloured clothing in breathable fabrics such as cotton.
5 Relax, look around you. Work hard but enjoy the journey....loving your surroundings means that you'll look forward to getting back out there and makes your exercise change sustainable as a life changing habit smile emoticon If you're not enjoying the journey, it's much more likely that you'll give up before you get to where you planned to go.
Don't give up, whether you train with me, someone else or are happier training on your own......the important thing is that your on-going health is by far the best investment that you will ever make.
Whatever your chosen exercise, keep making those investments this summer. Get up, get out there and get stronger