9) Give yourself time to adjust to the heat
If you’re used to running in cooler temperatures, transitioning to running during warmer months can be difficult. Give yourself time to adjust gradually by gradually increasing your exposure to heat, starting with a 10-minute walk and then slowly adding five minutes at a time until you reach 20 or 30 minutes. You should also transition by adding clothing: First go without your shirt, then without your shoes, and finally without whatever else makes you comfortable.
10) Stay safe!
It’s no secret that running outside can be dangerous, especially if you venture out during extreme weather. It’s important to always stay hydrated, but when it’s hot outside you should take extra precautions to ensure you don’t get sick. On days like these, make sure to run early or late in the day so that your body can acclimate to warmer temperatures.