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Tuesday, 20 October 2009

Battle against the cold

As I announced in my last post I have been jogging for quite some time now, I love to jog even though I don't feel like jogging some days I always feel better for it after.

I have been used to jogging in quite warm temperatures and my time has been gradually improving and I feel more active and able to do physical exorcises.
But now the temperature has started to drop I am finding it more difficult to run , I feel I am fighting for breath more and my legs are getting tierd a lot quicker.

I still make it the distance and in good time , but I just didn't realise that this would happen. will I have the same struggle when it gets warm again? I find that the major weakness I have while I am jogging is that I think a lot about the speed that I am jogging.
Am I jogging to slow or to fast should I space my footsteps further apart.

Perhaps I should just try not to think and enjoy it.

1 comment:

Jennifer said...

Your heart does have to work harder in colder temperatures to keep your body warm. I wouldn't worry about it, just stay warm and SAFE.