There’s cool, blue icicles hanging outside, but you know you cannot just hermit up inside all day and hide from the cold. You’re a runner, or at least, you run to stay in shape and achieve your fitness goals. You ran all summer long, keeping your calories low, and your calves in good shape. The days were warm and beautiful. Even spring and fall were breezes when it came to going for a nice, cool, run.
Unfortunately, winter is well upon us, and if you live in an area that is susceptible to ice and snow, you’re going to need some tips if you’re going to continue running in this cold weather. Moreover, ice is probably the worst enemy of winter runs, second to the cold, but there are ways around it.