It’s not winter any more, and you got all your summer kicks and gear to hit the road. Before you step outside you see the heat index soaring into the 90’s and you start to question if it’s even worth sticking to running. There’s just no good season (besides a late September through mid-October) to run in South Dakota, it’s either bitterly cold, blastedly windy, or blazing hot. However, there are people that run year round. Do they know something you don’t? Probably, actually. Here are 4 tips from people who brave the weather conditions. Like anything that you want to go well, you need to prepare for the weather before you go slam out the miles.
Just remember, if you push through it one day, but can’t run the next three, it didn’t do you a whole lot of good! Good luck out there, stay safe!
Jase Kraft (AKA Jay Cheese)
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Various individual(s) expressing their thoughts on running and the impact on everyday life.