Does Winter Running Burn More Calories?

  • By Marty Munson
  • Published Dec 10, 2012
  • Updated Dec 10, 2012 at 1:49 PM UTC

You should do your warm-up inside. True or False. “If it’s really cold out, we suggest people try to warm up indoors and then head out,” says Castellani. “I like to define really cold as less than 10 degrees F.” And it’s smart to cool down inside, especially if you’re really sweating, so sweat doesn’t freeze. “Otherwise, warm-up and cool-down can proceed as normal.”

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