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Bad: Not caring about safety It's easier in the summer - get out and run. But the roads and trails you choose in the summer may not be as good in the winter - for example, it's dark, slippery, or they don't clear the snow. If you plan to run outside all winter, take some precautions. Winter brings with it a whole different set of potentially dangerous situations, and you need to be prepared for them.

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    Bad: Not caring about safety
    It's easier in the summer - get out and run. But the roads and trails you choose in the summer may not be as good in the winter - for example, it's dark, slippery, or they don't clear the snow.

    If you plan to run outside all winter, take some precautions. Winter brings with it a whole different set of potentially dangerous situations, and you need to be prepared for them.
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    March 4
  • Samrich
    Cheat sheet: what to eat before jogging :)

    Determining the optimal meal time
    First you need to understand how long before you start jogging you can eat without consequences in the form of heaviness in the stomach and other unpleasant sensations. The intensity of food digestion is different for everyone: for some, 30-60 minutes is enough (lucky!), Others have to wait 2-3 hours before taking the first step out the door.

    How to find your optimal "window"? Experimentally, in practice. Try to eat a medium serving 90 minutes before starting your run. If the workout went without stomach discomfort, try moving your meal 15–20 minutes closer the next time.

    Likewise, if you have digestive problems while jogging, try eating 15 to 20 minutes later. So, moving at an interval of 15 minutes, you can determine a specific time that suits your body.
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    March 3
  • Samrich
    I share my experience and Mistakes during winter running, which almost all beginners make

    The organization of winter training can seem like a real puzzle, because everything must be carefully thought out - the route, clothing, accessories. But in practice it is not so difficult, there are just a few "pitfalls" associated with training in the cold season.

    Let's consider what is "good" and what is "bad" in winter running.
    Излишнее количество слоев одежды, особенно если они не пропускают воздух, задерживает пот и может вызвать охлаждение, а не согревание.

    Forget natural fabrics: Fluffy, oversized hoodies look great on posters, but nothing more. Natural fabrics do not wick moisture away and do not protect from the wind, and casual clothes that are not intended for sports often hinder movement.

    On the other hand, too little clothing is also bad.
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    March 2
  • Samrich
    In my first post, I want to share with you how I got back to running after the break.

    Practice walking before starting to run again. Before returning to running, you must be able to walk for at least 45 minutes (no pain when returning from injury). Walking restores soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, connective tissues), preparing them for more serious stress.

    If you are taking a break due to an injury, consult your doctor before returning to running.

    Exercise a little, but regularly. After a long break, it can be difficult to get back to your regular running rhythm. But it's more important to focus on consistency at first.
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    March 1
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