Ice storm, snow storm or freezing cold? Why have preferences in what cold weather to run in, when you can experience all three! Even better, at least in Canada, you can experience all of these types of weather in the same week! Well, I did. Read on to hear about my experiences running through wild times.
Humorous Advice On Canadian Winter, Written in Question And Answer Style.
20 points to consider if you're feeling brave enough to go running (er, what you call movement @ 3km/hr ) in -20C weather and beyond!
So, there I was in my advanced nutrition class, and the teacher was justifying why it is normal for people to gain 5-10 pounds during the winter months. Interestingly, it usually starts with the cooler days of fall, and then progresses as the cold deepens (er, gets worse) and the extra fat provides much needed insulation.
Ri-i-i-ght. Not that I didn’t get the reasoning. Why, it sounded such a plausible explanation, albeit thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, that I should welcome such fat padding on my hips, thighs and bottom.