RUNNING IN WINTER IN CANADA
For those die hard runners and for the casual, social bunch of Park Run folk, this little article below will give you some fabulous tips and quick links to get all the info you need on: what to wear when you run (overdressing, underdressing), what temperatures you will face together with the practicals; things to avoid and things to consider when running in winter in Canada.
An excerpt from the article: "A winter run doesn’t usually feel comfortable until about 10 minutes in. If you’re feeling crappy out of the gate, stay close to home and see if you warm up. Give it 10 to 15 minutes, and if you’re still feeling terrible, you can call it quits. But when it’s really cold outside, the first few steps are guaranteed to feel rough." Crikey! This is not my expertise... I found the article on Running Magazine, follow them if you are a runner.
Here is the article;
On your marks, get set, go!
A South African Girl Living in Canada