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  • #16
    Re: Cold weather running

    Originally posted by 0844 View Post
    You're probably a morning person too, aren't you. Go be positive and motivating somewhere else, lol.
    Lol. I didn't use to be. I think I just got old.

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    • #17
      Re: Cold weather running

      Originally posted by LeftyMedic View Post
      I love running in the cold. I have done runs with temps as low as single digits. I did this mornings 3.5 mile run with temps around 32. Felt great
      I love running in the cold too. It's a great way to build distance. I haven't run in single digits yet. So far teens is the lowest that I've run in.

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      • #18
        Re: Cold weather running

        Originally posted by Polo08816 View Post
        I love running in the cold too. It's a great way to build distance. I haven't run in single digits yet. So far teens is the lowest that I've run in.
        It was back before Xmas when we had a arctic cold snap out here in VA. I wasn't too sure about it but my running partners really wanted to run. First mile was rough but once I got warmed up it was great. Only issue I had was my water froze in the tube of my camelbak. So for most of a 4.5 mile run I had no water. I wonder if they make them with insulated tubes lol.

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        • #19
          Re: Cold weather running

          Try different ways to rig up the tube under your clothing so that your body keeps it warm. It's a pain in the arse, but that's what I have to do for ruck marches out here in the winter, that or listen to the salty old NCO's who "suggest" you bring canteens. Haha. I know my camelback had a little sleeve over the tube, which I assume would have helped (a little), but the threading came undone and it fell off.

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          • #20
            Re: Cold weather running

            Originally posted by MPThink View Post
            Try different ways to rig up the tube under your clothing so that your body keeps it warm. It's a pain in the arse, but that's what I have to do for ruck marches out here in the winter, that or listen to the salty old NCO's who "suggest" you bring canteens. Haha. I know my camelback had a little sleeve over the tube, which I assume would have helped (a little), but the threading came undone and it fell off.

            Good idea. Thanks.

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