Hello everyone, when I run in the cold and especially when I run long I get a very very cold belly and it gets numb. I know that I have bad circulation this area so I am wondering if there is such thing as a belly warmer? I know it sounds strange but surely I am not the only person that has this?Perhaps someone knows how to create a make shift belly warmer?
wear a longer top, prevents draughts getting in.
The longth is sufficient because I have bought tops that are long. Its the coldness hitting the top that is the issue.I guess there is no such product?
Sunluvva wrote (see)
I always wear a lonsleeved thermal with a sleeveless vest over it and either a jacket or gilet on top - if you get really hot everywhere else when you're running try a wind resistant gilet.
I'd second wind-resistant clothing when you want to keep warm - makes a huge difference and can weigh next to nothing (Montane Featherlite) so can easily be carried when not in use.
Failing that - a cummerbund?
Nice one Gingerbread
There really are belly warmers! When will sports direct do wicking ones?
Stay Indoors!! I do strength training with weights at this time of year.
If you must go outside buy some thermal base layers
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