Thursday, August 2, 2012

The Cold Hard Truth About Training in the Summer...

It sucks.
It's hot.
It's humid.
It's hard to breath.
It makes me swear sweat a lot.
It's hard.
It's challenging.


IT'S WORTH IT.

Did I miss anything?

12 comments:

  1. It: makes me get sunscreen in my eyes, makes my soles hot enough that the bottom of my feet burn, makes me stop and buy water when I otherwise wouldn't, makes me have mild hallucinations, makes me wish I had a climate controlled spacesuit to run in, makes me want to end every run with a slurpee except when I can't walk that far afterward, and makes me actually consider, if only momentarily, an investment in a treadmill for the basement.

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    1. DANGGGG!!! You are so so so right!!! Thanks for the laugh!

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    2. Ditto to everything!!! Sweat + sunscreen in the eyes = major irritation.

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  2. That is just what I have been thinking this week, only we have dry heat in I just feel hot all the time though and am so tired of it.

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  3. You ateso right. This heat is killing my training... I get hot easily & worry about overheating despite my constant hydrating. I've had to take it indoors or have found myself slacking... Whoops!!

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  4. Word. True that. Almost makes winter runs seem more bearable. Lol and I hate cold!!

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  5. I can't complain much. Living in the islands, it is warm all year round... averages around 85 all year. We don't have seasons so we can train outside all year round. Now, I know that folks in the mainland like the seasons and, actually, I do too, but as far as training goes... well, I feel very blessed to live in Hawaii.

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  6. NC heat an humidity is no joke this summer. Total sweat-fest.

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  7. Makes me love spring and fall soo much! :-)

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You're pretty much awesome!!

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