Take a page from Athletics Canada’s playbook and stay cool during the heatwave in Ontario and eastern Canada
Spring has definitely sprung and warmer temperatures are tempting runners outdoors. Don’t be surprised however if it takes some time to acclimatize to the sudden increase in temperature
August 29th, 2016 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
A 23-year-old was taken to hospital after collapsing during a half-marathon in Pennsylvania and later died due to heat stroke complications.
The dangers of drinking too much may seem overblown but drinking excessive amounts in hot and humid conditions can in some cases lead to a serious condition caused by an electrolyte imbalance.
Hot and humid temperatures have most runners trying desperately to beat the summer heat. Some, mostly men, opt to wear less clothing to keep their cool. Enter the runner’s debate: shirt or no shirt?
Having a super chilled iced coffee right before heading out for a hot and humid run is an obvious good choice, right? Well not according to some surprising new science on the subject. Recent research […]
On this the official first day of summer, many are looking forward to a new season with more time spent outdoors in the sunshine, fresh air and warmer temps. That is both good and bad for your running routine.
With summer just around the corner and warmer temps now the norm, beating the heat while still logging miles will become a challenge. Fortunately there’s no shortage of ways to succeed at doing both!
Even if your training and taper went exactly to plan, a warm or humid forecast can wreck havoc on your race plans. Here’s how to make the most of a less than ideal situation
As the weather gets warmer, it becomes increasingly important to hydrate. Without excess calories, this electrolyte popsicle recipe is perfect post-run.
With the impending hazy days of summer now on the horizon, runners should know the facts from the fiction when it comes to staying hydrated through higher temps and humidity