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I also have my weight room in the garage. Despite how cold it is outside, the garage doesn't reach the same extremes as the outdoor temperatures--but it is still cold. The biggest issue is the steel bar and weights which never quite seem to warm up. That said, there are some things you can do to deal with the cold: Bring your bar(s) indoors after you ...


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To answer your question I will share some personal experience. There was a period of my life when I did boxing in a gym with no heating. The temperature was approximately -5 Fahrenheit outside and not much warmer inside(since there was never heating inside you can imagine how that felt). At the same time I was doing gymnastics in a gym with barely any ...


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I have had the same issue and found a solution that worked for me. I live in Chicago where we recently had the horrible cold snap. I was still running, keeping up with my winter routine, and what I do is wear a gator or face mask for skiing. As i breathed through it while I was running, it helped to moisturize the air as I breathed, keeping my lungs and ...


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I am Swimming too, in cold water. Wearing a neoprene cap is very good, if you buy one, make sure you get your Money back, when not satisfied. It must fit very tightly, no Exchange of water!! I put a rubber ring around the cap, to avoid seepage when breaststroking. I use a cap, material thickness 2 mm.The chin-strap is not very strong, not to be ...


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I have a problem with 'not so warm' water myself, although it isn't as extreme as yours. What I do: Take a cold shower right before going into the water. This will get your body used to the temperature and make the water you are going to swim in appear warmer. Take cold showers while showering. I do this from time to time to get myself used to colder ...


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Like another answer has already mentioned, SmartWool cycling or running socks are great and will help your feet to "breathe" while exercising. Another sock brand is Lululemon. They have very high quality socks and I have personally used both their "Lululemon No Show Ultimate Run Sock" and the "Ultimate Low-Pro Run Sock". They can easily run you about $20 a ...


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There is scientific research which proves that calorie restriction prevents quick recovery from illness. Here is the link: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/11/081125113102.htm



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