Running in Winter

How to dress for running in winter days?


Use Lightweight, Multi-layered clothing

For running in winter dress appropriately with weather (temperature and air humidity). It is worthwhile to dress enough to maintain body temperature, but not too much. Enhanced sweating due to excessive thermal insulation of the body dislodges clothing (especially cotton), which consequently loses insulation ability.

Light clothing in several layers should be worn for cold weather. The short and long-sleeved shirt should be made of synthetic materials that drain the sweat away from the skin to the outside of the shirt. Then wear a warmer sweatshirt, and windshield jacket or anorak (a heat-retaining and breathable windshield jacket) for protection against rain.

The multi-layer system keeps body heat and dry skin even during the cold months, as well as allowing relaxed movement. If it gets hot, you simply take one of the clothes out and run on.

Extra Winter Clothing: Below are the lower pants, winter crawls and socks. Many people have cold hands, so it is highly recommended to wear gloves in the winter. Lightweight nylon will be better than cotton or wool. In cold weather, put on a hat or headband. In the coldest days, fleece caps or some other warm material will be suitable to avoid the loss of valuable heat through the skin on the head.

Sensitive runners should be wrapped in a shawl in the cold weather around the mouth and nose. They can also use a mask, which will at least slightly heat the air before entering. During exercise in cold, breathing through the nose is also recommended (consequence is slower running).

Be visible! If you are running in darkness, dress in as bright as possible (white) clothes. If you run along the roads in the darkness, you must put on the illuminating signs, especially on the back, chest, arms and legs.

We also need a Backpack or a running bag. You can store the most basic items in it. When buying, check for good adhesion and enough space for all your supplies: cell phone, keys, cards headphones and money.

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