As a follow up to yesterday's article, New Beginnings Equal New Opportunities, I am posting my results of today's first run of the year. My two words for the year are Commitment and Accountability. SO, as promised, here are my results!
Hope you had a wonderful start to the new year, Bee Fitters! Please share your fitness results in the comment section! Remember, food ( NOT just what's on a plate) determines how we feel and heal!
Though it has been unseasonably warm for the last few days, I thought with the temperatures predicted to drop again this week, I should repost my running tips on how to dress warm, but light, for winter running. Old Man Winter shouldn't keep anyone away from their long runs.
I have a unique approach to keeping warm on winter runs: I dress in thin, sweat-absorbent layers. The accumulation of thin layers keeps me warm, but doesn't add demobilizing bulk. For example, in order to survive blustery 25-degree conditions, I wear: