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50 Years of Running: The cold heart of a Chicago winter

Our landlord was a cheap bastard when it came to heating our building. At times, the inside temps sank to fifty degrees indoors. I’d struggle to keep painting or writing under those conditions. We complained, but it was no use. … Continue reading

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The inside scoop on running (inside)

Yesterday the temps were in the single digits and the wind chill ungodly. Had Jesus been born into this kind of weather, he’d have crawled back inside Mary and waited for the Holy Spirit to warm things up a little. … Continue reading

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Why I won’t be running outside tomorrow when it is -19 with -50 degree wind chills

By Christopher Cudworth I’m not being facetious when I say that I will not run in extreme subzero temperatures because I am concerned about freezing my nuts off. I have run next to a fellow for 7 long miles as he … Continue reading

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It’s Monday. Welcome to the treadmill.

By Christopher Cudworth It’s cold out there Runners and cyclists facing the cold winter months must make a decision on how to keep up their training. You can train outside, bundling up to fight the elements, which for runners often … Continue reading

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