28 Jul '15, 9am

A Beginner's Guide to Running in the Heat

A Beginner's Guide to Running in the Heat

Walking or running through the summer doesn't have to leave you feeling wilted. Here's everything you need to know. Because of the heat and humidity, most people wouldn’t pick summer as their favorite season for outdoor exercise. Spring or fall normally wins that honor. But summer does have a lot going for it. More daylight before and after work means more time to get outside. What’s more, with all the swimming, lawn mowing, gardening, hiking, and vacations, it’s easier to be more active in the summer, so your fitness level is higher. Here’s everything you need to know to help you optimize your hot-weather workouts.

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