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Does Winter Running Burn More Calories?

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


Did You Know?
At 41 degrees, heat loss in wet clothes can be double that when you’re dry. That’s why experts say you should feel a little cold when you first go out; sweating too much can make you colder later.

Did You Know?
Men and women with the same body composition have about the same drop in core temperature when tested in the lab. But in the real world, most women don’t have the same body composition as men. And with a greater surface-to-mass ratio, women tend to see body temperature fall more rapidly.

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