I was asked the other day why I think people should read my blog. Whenever I am asked this question, I always respond the same way:
You should read my blog because I read my own blog. I reread my own posts often because they either make me laugh or help me get through something I have dealt with in the past. Be it a divorce post, running post or regular life post, I always find a word of wisdom to help me, motivate me or make me laugh.
So this week, as the temperatures began to soar and the early morning sunshine became big and bright, I chose to reread my posts on summer running.
I have written two really helpful posts on the subject of warm weather running. These posts help me to remember my summer running strategies so that I can easily transition my running for this time of year.
I wanted to share both posts with you again today. You know, just in case you need a refresher course for this season or if you missed them completely the first time around!
How To Adjust To Warm Weather Running:
In this post Adjusting To Warm Weather Running, I cover how running in warm weather affects your body and ultimately your ability to run.
Your pace slows and your body has to figure out how to regulate its core temp. You may notice your breathing is altered and hydration becomes even more critical. This means that how you prepare for warm weather running can make or break you!
Without reciting statistics, medical journal jargon or paraphrasing someone else’s experiences, I share my strategies for adjusting to warm weather running.
Surviving Summer As A Runner:
I really like this post that covers the 5 basic ways I go about Surviving Summer As A Runner.
Included in this list is workout apparel, sun protection, fueling & hydration and how I care for my feet in the summer. All of these tips relate to things I do not only while I run but what I do when I am not running to make summer running more comfortable.
Other Posts Of Interest:
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If you are a blogger, what is your answer for the question – why should someone read your blog?
Do you reread your old posts?
How does your body handle the adjustment to warm weather running? Does it take you a while?