Do you also hate the first 10 minutes in the cold? BRRR, not to be done. A good warm up helps. Then your body is warm and you can exercise outside in comfort. But the warm up, how do you do it in the winter? There are heroes who "just" brave the cold and warm up their muscles outside. While that works fine, there is an alternative to warming up in the cold. An indoor warm up. Before you get on your bike or start your run, do some exercises inside to warm up your muscles. For some extra motivation it helps to put on music that makes you feel happy and energetic, creating a positive mindset.
Whether you perform the warm up indoors or outdoors, the warm up is in any case primarily intended to warm up your muscles. How? That depends on your personal preference and the sport you practice. What is important in any case, is that you slowly build up. Make sure you do not immediately overheat or get too tired, even before you start with your actual training. Start calmly and slowly build up to a higher intensity. As soon as you get the feeling you might run out of breath or get hot and want to take off a vest you would keep on outside, then you know it's time to go!