Sweat science: 7 winter running tips that will protect you from weird science
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Human bodies are weird (and sometimes hilarious): We started to work that out when we were about four years old.
Bodies in motion, as any runner can tell you, are often really weird. Couple that motion with chilly temperatures outside and things can get even weirder.
Thankfully, all of that is more than manageable if you’re prepared, both mentally and physically. The mood-boosting, fat-burning, fitness-enhancing rewards will make the uncomfortable parts so worth it
Each of these tips are designed to do just that: Help you prepare for the things your body will do when you run in winter to ensure you have a season of smooth runs.
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