Photo by Marty Beene.
It was kind of hot here in The 'Meda earlier this week.
As those of you who actually live in Alameda already know, we don't get too many days when the temperature rises up over, say, 85 degrees. And most of those occur in the fall when our natural air conditioning (the fog) is on its annual autumn break.
For runners, heat can make training difficult. Even if it's only five degrees warmer than what we're used to, a training run can feel much harder.
So what can we do about it? Read more >> about Running in the 'Meda: Running in hot weather