Can I say something that might a little controversial?
Winter running isn't just "running in cold temps".
It's an entirely different animal.
Why else would so many of us submit to the "dreadmill" for months at a time when we aaalll know we'd rather by running outside? But something stops us and holds us back.
Winter running isn't just "more of the same".
So what is the difference? Here's what I've come up with…
Winter running requires you to become a trail runner.
Think about it!
Wintry surfaces are not nearly as predictable as your typical paved road or the steady grind of the treadmill.
Out there in the wintry elements like on the trails, you have to be prepared for anything.