For many, the winter months mean snow, snow, and more snow. When your normal running route is covered in cold, wet slush, it can be easy to lose motivation to lace up your shoes and head out into the elements. But those winter white days don’t need to interrupt your running routine or prevent you from reaching your fitness goals.
Running in the snow does come with obstacles other than motivation, though, like how to stay warm, dry, and up on your feet. So, POPSUGAR spoke to a couple of running coaches for advice on how to safely run this winter.
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