5) Have a training partner join you
It’s easy to quit, especially when running alone and it’s hot. Have a training partner join you. Make sure he or she is familiar with your pace. The person should be able to keep up with you, but at no point during your run should they slow you down or make you work too hard to keep up.
6) Run at night when it’s cooler
Most of us know that if we want to run at our peak, we need to do it when it’s cooler. Even though your body temperature will drop as you run, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to get an invigorating workout during hot daytime hours. As long as you’re careful about choosing your time and location and remember these tips, running when it’s hot won’t have to slow you down. Before you head out, make sure you keep hydrated!