8. Hydrate Like It’s Summer
It may be cold and dry outside, and you might not think that you’re sweating, but the truth is you lose almost as much fluid in the winter as you do in the summer. It’s important that you rehydrate soon after each run and stay hydrated throughout the day.
Staying healthy and running well in the winter will help you build the foundation necessary for setting personal bests in the spring and summer racing season. Use these eight helpful tips to make your winter running safer, more enjoyable, and most importantly, more productive.