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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    Meh. Sorry, on cold days like today< i really enjoy my treadmill with the TV on it.
    It was chilly enough in my basement on my treadmill watching TV at 5AM this morning that I was glad that I had a long sleeve shirt on and almost thought at first about going back upstairs to put on a pair of running tights! Burned a decent amount of calories this morning without really getting a decent sweat going - it was COLD this morning!

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  2. #22
    I ran outside last week when it was 22, but this morning when it was 7, I headed to the gym.

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    On the flip side...how hot can you go? I know some can/will go quite hot but there has to be a point where it becomes hazardous...

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Metsky View Post
    I'll run outside until about 0 degrees. There's no such thing as bad weather, just inadequate clothing.
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    Not sure how cold and dry it was this morning but it was definitely tough on the lungs...especially since I haven't run in weeks. Was good to get out nevertheless.

  6. #26
    I saw a guy wearing a t-shirt and shorts this morning it was 21 degrees

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  7. #27
    This winter has pushed my cold running limits to a new low. I was out in -1 with a -13 windchill last weekend. My hands are really the only thing that gets cold, I had to pull out my ski mittens.

  8. #28
    What cold? Layer up...and ski hard.

  9. #29
    I used to think 25 was about as low as I could run in, but this year have bumped that down to single-digits. Warm socks, gloves, and an ear warmer or hat and I'm happier in cold temps than hot!

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by aswiley View Post
    I used to think 25 was about as low as I could run in, but this year have bumped that down to single-digits. Warm socks, gloves, and an ear warmer or hat and I'm happier in cold temps than hot!
    Yep. I used to look at people running outside in 30 degree weather (and snowstorms…) like they're nuts. Now, I just add layers and move on.

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