Exercise Safely in the Cold

Exercise outdoors in the early afternoon when the temperature is at its highest. Have warm, dry clothing ready to put on when you finish your workout. When you stop exercising, you generate less heat, but the cold air continues to pull warmth away from your body.

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Exercise Safely in the Cold

Consider the wind chill. A wind of 20 mph will make the temperature feel 20 degrees colder. Early signs of hypothermia include weakness, shivering, fatigue, slurred speech, dizziness and confusion. If you experience any of these symptoms, move to a warm area immediately.

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Exercise Safely in the Cold

Don’t wear cotton next to the skin. Cotton captures moisture and as you sweat, it traps moisture next to your body. Your body loses heat four times faster when exposed to water at lower temperatures. Get workout clothes made of wicking fabrics designed to move moisture away from the body.

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