Tips for Running in Bad Weather

Keep running in hot, cold, rainy, or snowy weather

Don't let the hot, cold, rainy, or snowy weather give you an excuse not to run. It's possible to run when the weather isn't perfect, as long as you take the proper steps.

Tips for Running in the Rain

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A rainy forecast doesn't mean you have to take your runs inside. Get tips on how to dress for running in the rain, whether it's an important race or a training run.

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Cold Weather Running Tips

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Running in cold weather can help shake those winter blues, improve your energy level, and guarantee that you'll be in better shape once bathing suit season rolls around. It's important to dress properly for cold weather and follow these tips to run safely and comfortably through cold weather.

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Tips for Running in Hot Weather

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Running in heat and humidity can put you at risk for dehydration, heat stroke and other heat-related illnesses. Common sense is the key to avoiding problems, so be sure to dress properly for hot weather running and follow these precautions.

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Tips for Running on Snow and Ice

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If you'd like to run outside in the winter, but you worry about slipping on sliding on the snow and ice, there are still ways you can get outside and be safe. The usual cold weather running safety rules apply, but you also need to take some additional steps so you keep your feet warm and avoid slipping and falling.

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