Winter-Proof Your Run

Hate the treadmill? Here's how to stay outside straight through 'til spring.
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Winter workout prep

by Rozalynn S. Frazier
From Health magazine

Baby, it's cold outside, but that doesn't mean you should be stuck on the treadmill. Exercising in the fresh air (even when it's nippy!) has good-for-you benefits—just five minutes can boost your energy and mood. The key is to know how to avoid cold-weather mishaps. Follow these tips from Jonathan Cane, president of New York City's City Coach MultiSport, a coaching resource for runners and triathletes.

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