Kosie Jelly wrote (see)
Northern lights - I now have the Super Furry Animals song in my head thanks to your user name - I haven't heard it in ages, so thanks
you'll want something different for the weekend.
Looking forward to heading out at lunchtime, weather looks perfect here.
id rather run when its cold than when its warm, no matter what the weather is i need to run in shorts, i just feel better when im cold.
You lot must be mad.
I'll soon be running in sub zero temperatures, max temp tomorrow is -3 and I think -15C was the lowest I ran in last year. Three layers top and bottom with your sweat freezing on the inside of the windproof outer jacket, wearing icebugs or spiked overshoes because of the ice. No thanks I'd swap it any day for the 30+ degrees I used to run in.
Saying that I still think Spring / Autumn in the UK is about the best temperature for running.
half cockney wrote (see)
Can anyone tell me what sort of gloves to wear as the ones I have been wearing make my hands too hot within about 15 minutes? And why do people wear hats doesn't it make your head too hot unless follicularly challenged?
Temperature is not really an issue for me. Hot, cold, warm - it's all good.
The one thing I can't stand is WIND. Rain is fine and even refreshing - it is the wind I can't stand, especially that energy sapping feeling of running into the teeth of it.
I agree - wind is the worst!!! I used to be a fair-weather runner and would never have dreamed of running after dark but I joined a friendly running club and that helps me keep motivated over the winter months and safe after dark.
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