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Old 02-18-2013, 09:10 PM #1
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How do you guys deal with cold weather running as far as breath? For me, I still run and dress warm with cold gear underarmour and sweats and the like but when breathing its still cold as ice. I've ran for years and just actually thought about it today. Inhaling this cold air has me wheezing even at a steady jog and is there any way you guys counteract that? I'd like some ideas.
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