Here’s How to Prepare for Cold Weather Running

Is it ever too cold to go running? According to Reebok’s head of fitness Maillard Howell, definitely no. But that doesn’t mean you can just lace up your shoes and hit the pavement when temperatures drop.

Cold-weather running requires a solid warm-up, suitable apparel, and gear, and as hard as it may be to drink water when it’s cold outside, proper hydration.

“Only when there is an issue of safety should running in the cold be avoided,” Howell says. Good news for those looking to continue outdoor cardio year-round or shake things up a bit during the winter months. And with shorter days and less sunlight, a little fresh air does a body good. Read more…

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