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I train in my garage, so the only thing I have to worry about is humidity. On the eastern seaboard of the US, that's a big concern in the summer. So with that, I can say the following: You do adapt to the weather, hot or cold. You can heat up quicker in the summer, so make sure you have plenty of water on hand, and if possible a fan to keep air moving. ...


The Starting Strengh website has a Bill Starr article on the subject. He basically says that it's no big deal and the body will adapt. There's a bit on the second page about warmups, where he recommends doing some cardio, followed by some dynamic stretching, and extra warmup sets on the lifts. Muscle rub is also recommended. There's also a bit about ...

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