Top tips for running in the winter

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Dress like it’s warmer: Your body temperature will increase so dress as if it were a few degrees warmer.

Waterproof socks: These work by sandwiching a waterproof layer between two knit fabrics.

Wear winter running socks: If it’s cold but dry outside, socks containing merino wool can be a great option to keep your feet warm and insulated.

Wet shoes: If you need to dry shoes overnight, remove the insoles and stuff your shoes with some newspaper.

Running in the snow and ice: Trail shoes with a grippy outsole can be perfect for running off-road.

What to look for in winter running shoes: Look for shoes that have the least amount of mesh.

What to look for in running shoes To: begin with, running shoes shouldn't be tight. In fact, there are even some athletes who prefer to buy a number up.

Wear the right shoes: Running in the rain can be tricky, as your shoes can get really wet and consequently result in blisters forming on your feet.

Reward yourself: Reward yourself after your run. Think about that special meal, or simply a treat that will make the effort worthwhile.

Make it a commitment: Set a date and time to meet up with someone to go on a run. 

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