"Nothing's better than the wind to your back, the sun in front of you, and your friends beside you." Aaron Douglas Trimble
i really don't know how all the runners who live in hot places do it. Anything over 20 degrees Celsius and I have a very hard time just getting out the door.
Hehe - you go out running either very early (not me) or very late (that's my style).
Not that running on hot summer nights *really* feels great but still better than in 35+ Celsius
I have been off a week due to being stupid again. I went belly dancing in the park for Canada Day and my foot was sore after so I took a week off as I did not want to stress it too much. Problem is I like dancing and it's hard to sit out when my troupe is dancing and having fun.
We have had cooler temps so no need to get up early. ok except today when I was supposed to meet up with a running partner. She bailed and did not show so I went anyway and had a good run.
Just to tell you that here here in Lisbon we, like kilo, are having to endure very high temperatures - I just went for a run at 6 am with 27ºC (for this afternoon the forecast is 40ºC!).
I tottally share your feelings about the issue - anything over 19º is way too hot !
But just let me tell you this: when I saw the minimum temperature for today in Quesnel, I felt quite envious...
Hope you keep recovering from your injury and soon get back to your best running shape.
Hey Jose, I have a good friend here who is from Portugal. The Azores actually. It's really beautiful there so I am actually quite jealous of you heat and all.
Wow Gayle, it's already ridiculously hot where you are and it's only 8 am here. Hope you are managing to keep cool.
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