5 Tips For Hot Weather Running
Running in and of itself is physically and mentally challenging. Add blazing sun, humidity and soaring temperatures, and the treadmill might seem more humane. The good news for die-hard outdoor runners is you can give yourself the best chance at summer success with a few heat-busting tactics. It takes about two weeks of consistent training in hotter conditions for the body to acclimate and adjust to be able to perform well.
Study up on these coach-approved tips that will prepare you for running in hot weather — and help you set your training expectations and racing plans accordingly.