You know winter has officially arrived when you contemplate skipping a run altogether because you can’t find your running tights.
That’s what happened to me last week, and I have a feeling I wasn’t the only one impatiently digging through a closet contemplating the cold.
In today’s episode, Matt and I share our survival guide for how to get through the cold winter months. We tackle everything from running in the cold, to indoor exercise options for those that don’t want to brave the elements, to using winter to set the stage for the coming year.
Here’s what we talk about in this episode:
- The indoorsman’s guide to running through winter
- Staying active without leaving your house
- What does Doug wear in the sauna?
- Why we should expose ourselves to winter’s elements
- Indulging in warming comfort foods
- Using winter to lay your habit foundation
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Links from the show:
- Weight Loss and Ideal Eating Habits with Ray Cronise (Episode 20)
- Ray Cronise and the Metabolic Winter Hypothesis (Episode 29)
- Iron Gym Total Upper Body Workout Bar (Matt referred to this as Total Gym in the podcast, which it turns out is a Chuck Norris special and not at all what he meant)
- The 4-Hour Body by Timothy Ferriss
- Core Performance by Mark Verstegen