Running in the heat and humidity can put you at risk for dehydration, heat stroke, and other heat-related illnesses. Common sense is the key to avoiding problems
You should be very familiar with the signs of heat problems so that you recognize them in yourself or in a jogging partner. Like dehydration, fatigue, etc.
Rainy weather doesn’t mean you have to shop indoors. On the contrary, it’s a lot of fun to go jogging in the rain after a mile or two!
Now that the days are starting to heat up and there are more hours of daylight in the evening, you can get impatient to get out and run.
If running on the roads is starting to bother you, try changing up your routine with a few trail runs. Just keep the following tips in mind before you hit the trails:
Running on the beach can not only be a beautiful, peaceful experience, but it can also help make you a stronger runner. Running in sand, especially dry sand.
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