The scene may be commonplace for runners battling the elements outdoors during winters in Canada. An icy surface, minimal traction and a slight incline ahead.
MileSplit shared a video of the common struggle – zero traction on icy surfaces – during the cold winter months to its Instagram page on Tuesday. “Running in winter,” they wrote. “The struggle is real.”
To help stay on your feet this winter, or prevent slipping and sliding, check out our 2017-2018 winter shoe guide here. Plus, there are a number of products, like the Kahtoola Nanospikes, which can slip onto running shoes for added grip in slippery conditions.