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Ultra / Adventure racing
Nobody suggested a treadmill for training in bad weather....boring I know but my local gym just 200 yards away has 4 large screen TVs and sockets for headphones on each machine. Winter weather is more severe in West Coast Scotland. On a plus, the treadmill will display speed and actual distance for you with a host of other info on a panel (dont compare times with outside cos its harder on a treadmill due to heat). Make sure you have access to a large electric fan directed on you or you will very quickly overheat. In my experience the weather is often not as bad as it looked from inside and, as previous person said the hardest part is getting yourself out the door.
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