To Draft or Not to Draft? – Salty Running
As we journey through fall and prepare to greet winter, the temperatures drop, leaves fall, and we face less-than-ideal conditions on our outdoor runs. And then there are the dreaded headwinds. You know the ones I’m talking about: your eyes water, snot smears across your cheeks, your hat blows off, and every step feels like you’re a football player pushing the sled down the field.
A road race should not feel like this. (Photo cred to かねのり 三浦 from Pixabay)I’m only being a tad hyperbolic. Are cold seasons are actually windier than warm seasons? Or do we feel more wind in the swing seasons of fall and spring because of the fluctuation in high and low air pressure systems? Alternatively, does winter feel windier simply because the wind is so darn cold? Meteorologists can’t decide. But, whatever the cause may be, it is a universal truth that cold temps + strong headwinds = ooof. I recently experienced this struggle during a half marathon. The temperatures…
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