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Keep your cool and beat the heat this summer with these suggestions.
If you’re east of the Rocky Mountains this summer, I don’t have to tell you how hot it’s been outside. I will remind you, though, that it can be hazardous to your health to hit the streets when the mercury starts heading north of 90 degrees on the thermometer.
Don’t let the scorching summer sun deter you from trying to maintain your mileage, however. Overbearing heat and humidity are far from ideal training conditions, but they’re not impossible obstacles to overcome if you take the proper precautions. Employ these six strategies to ensure that you run safely under the sun for the remainder of the summer.