With the rise in temperature and the arrival of the hottest season, as a rule, trainings begin to suffer. Most were too hot to go out, let alone physical activity. However, it does not have to be so and the hot summer days should not be an excuse for not doing your training.Primarily, you need to know that the human body has the perfect ability to handle and adjust and to extremely low and extremely high temperatures. On this we can thank the thermoregulatory mechanisms in the body that are very well adapted and sensitive to atmospheric changes. However, what can disrupt this natural thermoregulation are the need, the style and the pace of life.
It has been scientifically proven that fatigue in hot summer days increases body temperature over the measure. A person running at high temperatures will lose from 500 to 1500 calories, depending on the physical condition of that person. Running at such temperatures can cause a detrimental effect on the body of the runner unless it is protected against unwanted consequences.
It is essential that you carefully choose the clothes that you will wear when running at such temperatures. Lightweight and lightweight clothing will help you breathe more easily and thus ease the physical activity you are dealing with.
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