Ask Running Writings Episode 4: Gear for training in extreme cold

I'm actually still working on Episode 3 of Ask Running Writings, but given the blast of arctic air that's engulfed much of the Midwest, I figured I'd do my best to get this video (Episode 4) out as soon as possible.  It's about the kind of equipment you'll need if you're going to run outside in extreme windchills.  The gear showcased in this video will take me down comfortably to wind chills of at least 40 below zero.  Check it out!

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John J Davis, PhD

I have been coaching runners and writing about training and injuries for over ten years. I've helped total novices, NXN-qualifying high schoolers, elite-field competitors at major marathons, and runners everywhere in between. I have a Ph.D. in Human Performance, and I do scientific research focused on the biomechanics of overuse injuries in runners. I published my first book, Modern Training and Physiology for Middle and Long-Distance Runners, in 2013.

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