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With the clocks going back yesterday and the weather starting to turn, it can be…


With the clocks going back yesterday and the weather starting to turn, it can be a struggle to get out and run in the wet, windy and dark conditions of autumn 🍂 🍃

I’ve put together some tips which may help you to run well, despite the howling winds, torrential rain, and long, dark nights 🌑

⁣1️⃣ If you’re planning a morning run when it’s dark outside, make life easier for yourself by getting everything ready the night before. Leave your alarm just beyond arm’s reach so you’ll have to get up to turn it off. ⏰

2️⃣ Stand out and be seen. Wear reflective clothing and a head touch if you have one. If not stick to well lit routes 💡

⁣3️⃣ Think about your route choice. Exposed areas (coastlines, open countryside, hilltops, etc.) are always going to be particularly hard-going when the weather is bad ⛈

⁣4️⃣ Get a good weather forecasting app so you know what to expect. Some even offer hourly rain update ☂️🌦🌈

Do you have any good tips for running at this time of year? 📆

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