Tip 4: Avoid puddles.

Sound obvious? They’re harder to see than you might think when you’re jamming down the trail, fighting the elements. Just because the rest of your body is soaked, don’t make the mistake of running through puddles. When your feet are soaked, your shoes get soaked. This makes them feel like lead, which slows you down and can cause major blisters.


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  1. I LOVE running in the rain. All those mossy smells and fresh, wet wind! It’s the best! I just had a wet run this past Saturday! Now, let’s make this clear: is this a guide for road runs or trails runs? Cause running on muddy hills is kinda a suicide mission….

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