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    Cold weather running vs. warm weather running

    ive heard from a couple of people that running in cold weather is alot better and helps you run better when its warmer?

    how true is this?
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    Maybe because colder air is harder to breathe .... I really don't think it makes that much of a difference.

    Now if we are talking altitude differences ... like in california vs being in the rocky mountains then yes its very beneficial.
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    Running in cold weather doesnt help you at all to acclimate to running in hot weather.

    Altitude yes, temperature, no. ALthough you can run better in 40 degree weather more so than 99 degree weather.
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    Originally Posted by jdelarod View Post
    Running in cold weather doesnt help you at all to acclimate to running in hot weather.

    Altitude yes, temperature, no. ALthough you can run better in 40 degree weather more so than 99 degree weather.
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    how about just turning off your internet and start running?
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    It is recommended to wear clothes for 10 degrees less temperature than the environment temperature when you run. So, in "relatively" colder conditions, your body warms up and the heat is dissipated out quickly. As a result, you sweat way less. On the contrary, in warmer conditions - you tend to get warmer than the room(environment) temperature way quicker and heat is not dissipated out quickly (you tend to feel the heat); and thus, you sweat way more (thats y runners tend to drink a lot of electrolytes while/before/after running to avoid getting dehydrated). So, in relative terms, I suppose your friend is right to some extent.

    However, when you cool off after running - the cooling transition should be gradual otherwise, your body immunity is lowered (for some time - not long!), so, you are more susceptible to catch a cold (or some common virus), etc. Gradual change is good for the body for adjustment purposes.
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