The 6 Best Tips for Running in the Snow
by Runner'sWorld

Tip 1: Choose Fresh Snow Over Packed Snow. Fresh Snow provides better traction and reduces the risk of slipping. 

Tip 2: Shorten your stride. A shorter stride length allows you to run more efficiently and reduces the risk of falling.

Tip 3: Walk over icy patches. Walking allows for better traction on icy surfaces. 

Tip 4: Hydrate. Different muscle groups are engaged when running in the snow, leading to an increase in sweat and calories burned. 

Tip 5: Warm your body. To avoid a lingering care of the chills, change your cloths as soon as you can. Don't forget to drink something hot. 

Tip 6: Have fun. 
January 18, 2019 — Matthew Gawors

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