Don’t let all of those hard-earned miles you logged this summer fade away just because the days are getting shorter. It’s as easy as trading in your shorts for some cold-weather gear, or upgrading your old sweatshirts with the holes.
“The key to a faster pace is continual training,” says Kathy Butler, a two-time Olympian and coach. “Don’t let the weather stop you, once you are out there things are just fine. The key is to stay dry.” With that in mind, here are the products to help you keep logging the miles once the temperature starts to fall.
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