After a long Canadian winter of frozen fingers and toes and slippery sidewalks, warm summer days can be a welcome change. But when the temperature heats up, it presents its own set of challenges for runners. From deciding what to wear, when to run, and when to stop running, runners need to be smart and adapt to the summer conditions in order to avoid illness and injury.
On this week’s episode of The Shakeout, we chat with experts who dish out simple, common-sense ways to deal with the heat and make summer running both enjoyable and safe.
We would like to thank the Ontario Media Development Corporation for their contributions to this podcast.