Safety Tip Of The Month brought to you by Stampone O'Brien Dilsheimer Law.
With less daylight, freezing temperatures, and occasional snow/ice, it’s not surprising so many let their running routine lapse during winter months. The Wildwoods got their first snowstorm of the year (over 12 inches!) and while we recommend working out at home or a local gym/fitness center, if you are an outdoor runner, we have some tips for you.
3 Tips for jogging in snow/ice:
TIP #1: Watch your step. Snow and ice often cover defects such as a cracked sidewalk or an uprooted tree. Be sure to run in familiar territory and keep an eye out for black ice.
TIP # 2: Wear proper socks. Keeping your feet warm when running in snow or ice is as much about circulation as it is insulation. Thick socks are helpful, but only if you have the space in your shoes to accommodate them.
TIP #3: Shorten your stride. This will keep your feet under your center of gravity and keep you upright.
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