Wind is another element to watch out for, since Spring days can be blustery. You can, however, use wind to your advantage, since running in the wind will help increase endurance while burning more calories. Try heading into the wind first to get the hard part over and done with, especially if the wind chill is making it colder to be outside. If you're ready to brave the breeze, here are more tips for running in the wind.
In the Wind
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