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There are a lot of myths regarding running in the cold. Some think the icy weather might even freeze their lungs and others just cannot handle the burning sensation experienced when breathing. Running in the cold is not ideal, but these uncomfortable obstacles can be faced and conquered.


Even though you might want to use the freezing winter weather as an excuse for not getting off the couch, there are ways in which you can still reach your fitness goals – even during blustery winters. During the winter, your running prep might call for a bit more planning than usual.


The holidays can be stressful enough without trying to keep up with a regular exercise schedule, but putting on a few (or 10) pounds is probably not the gift you want to give yourself this year. Keep in mind that staying active will give you more energy and help reduce stress, so it’s well worth the effort!


If you are having a problem with smelly workout clothes, the first thing you have to do is give yourself a pat on the back. This means that you are actually working out enough to have your clothes reach that dreaded stench. Either that or you forgot to empty your gym bags, oops! We’ve all been there. Luckily, there are some tips and tricks you can follow to get the smell out of your workout clothes.



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