Another great run today, but it was HOT! Wow, very hot — but that’s exactly as it should be on July 4th. In one sense, the heat feels good. It seems to keep my muscles loose and limber. I notice that the little discomforts (I won’t say pains) and tightnesses melt away in the heat. But in another sense, the heat drains my energy!
I try to run on shady streets or along the water for a sea breeze…that works until you have to turn around! Any other heat strategies? Any ideas from you hot weather runners out there? How about from our Bikram yoga practitioners. How do you do it?
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