Ask The Running Doc: How Can I Train & Race In The Heat?

 

Always Respect Your Limits

Respect your limits. Increased heat and humidity increase the physical challenge of running, and can cause health problems like heat illness, breathing  or cardiac problems when you push beyond what your body and metabolism is ready to handle.. Do not try for a personal best on a warm, humid day, particularly if you are not used to these conditions. Back it down and enjoy a slower run.

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