Just because the mercury's dropping doesn't mean you have to stay cooped up inside all day. If the outdoors is where you thrive and get your exercise, carry on with your fresh air workout year-round by layering up, protecting your extremities from the elements, and staying smart (a severe cold-weather advisory may actually call for hunkering down). Step out and embrace the chill.
OK, so maybe heading out for a run when it's 25 degrees isn't as pleasant as when it's 60. Fortunately, our running expert Christine knows how to power through that painful first mile with these 5 Cold Weather Running Rules.