Do you struggle with your run when temperatures drop? An Alaskan runner shares advice on how to run in the cold.
It’s important to stick to your routine, weather be damned
The air is stupid cold. The condensation from your breath is as thick as fog. You can’t feel your hands or feet. Why do you do this?
The training you do in the winter gets you the results you want in the summer. Running in the cold can be difficult, but hibernating throughout the winter because you hate getting out in the frigid air won’t help you hit your long-term running goals.
Embrace these tips for cold-weather running, from pre-run to post-run and everything in between.