More miles than degrees club (Read 4187 times)


Half Fanatic 12680

    Joined the club today -- 11 miles in 9 degrees (3 at the start with wind chills of -13 to -3) on snow-covered roads.

    2016 goals: Finish first HIM, 70.3

     


    Team Running Amok

      7 > 4.

       

      Coyote hunter out on a 5 deg. morning is a hardcore dude!  I'd much rather be *moving*, i.e., running, if I'm outside on a 5 degree morning than sitting still with a rifle freezing my arse off!

       

      These guys hunt from their trucks mostly.  They use dogs to flush the coyotes out, then use radio collars to track the dogs.  The guy I saw was walking with a dog back to his truck.  I didn't even see a gun on him.

       

      No one out there in the woods but me today, 10 miles, starting temp -0.6, ending temp 5.7 degrees.

      Leah

        Ahh.. I see.  In my one experience with coyote hunting it involved setting up an electronic call and getting hid and sitting in the cold.  Hunting from the truck would seem much more comfortable.... although illegal here.

        - Joe

        We are fragile creatures on collision with our judgment day.

          Thirty degrees colder this morning than yesterday.  6.5 miles at -4F.

          Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject. - S.J.

            7 miles @ 2 deg.  Not quite a brutal as Lincoln, but close!

            - Joe

            We are fragile creatures on collision with our judgment day.


            Team Running Amok

              Start temp was 1.6 degrees, ending temp 7.0, and I did 10 miles.  I saw my first sun dog, which was pretty neat.

              Leah


              Interval Junkie --Nobby

                From a Competitor.com article on running in the cold:

                 

                Castellani says a base layer of silk or synthetics should be covered by an insulating layer of fleece, synthetics or wool, and then topped with an outer wind-breaking layer if necessary. Mittens are typically better than gloves and it’s important to keep your feet dry as well. Many runners also use facemasks, hats or baklavas in the extreme cold.

                 

                So, that's what I've been missing to keep warm:

                 

                 

                anyone else using Baklavas to keep warm?

                2016 Goals: Lose the 10lbs I gained for not having goals

                  From a Competitor.com article on running in the cold:

                   

                  Castellani says a base layer of silk or synthetics should be covered by an insulating layer of fleece, synthetics or wool, and then topped with an outer wind-breaking layer if necessary. Mittens are typically better than gloves and it’s important to keep your feet dry as well. Many runners also use facemasks, hats or baklavas in the extreme cold.

                   

                  So, that's what I've been missing to keep warm:

                   

                   

                  anyone else using Baklavas to keep warm?

                   

                  That sure looks tastier than Gu!  Glad the article didn't say to cover one's head with it!

                  Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject. - S.J.

                  Jeff F


                  Free Beer

                    It was -3 this morning and I ran 0 miles so I guess I am in the club...


                    Running Chick

                      northeast cold snap that seems to be lasting way longer than normal.  at least that's how it feels.  ran 12 miles today, it was 10 degrees this morning with a 'feels like -11'............  tears turned to ice on my face instantly.  but, how'd i do in the degrees club?  lol.

                         

                        anyone else using Baklavas to keep warm?

                         

                        No, but for Competitor it seems like excellent advice!

                        - Joe

                        We are fragile creatures on collision with our judgment day.

                          It was -3 this morning and I ran 0 miles so I guess I am in the club...

                           

                          You need to read the fine print.

                          Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject. - S.J.

                            Any barefooters in the club?

                            Get off my porch

                              I'm in.  5 miles at 2 degrees!!!  Awesome run!!!


                              Team Running Amok

                                From minus 3 degrees to plus 3 degrees, 10 mile run.

                                 

                                Does anyone else lose weight during these cold snaps?  This is the third cycle of bitter temps, and each time I lose four or five pounds over the course of a week.  I didn't know if it was dehydration or just burning more calories trying to stay warm.

                                Leah