Finally some wintery weather has descended in the Philly suburbs.
A light dusting of snow arrived Friday night and then the temperatures plummeted into the low teens Fahrenheit.
This led to some great playtime with the kids on Saturday and to a very cold run on Sunday morning.
The actual temp listed was 13F but the real feel was 3F; so getting the right kit was imperative.
Under armour underoos (an extra layer for butt)
Sugoi winter leggings
Under armour cold weather long sleeve shirt (x2)
Cycling wind breaker layer (has long back pockets that also cover your butt). Make sure this is a visibility colour against snow; do not wear white or grey.
10 miles later, all that froze was my butt. My face and hands were toasty. I wore my iPhone holder inside my outer layer to stop the phone from freezing up.
I wasn’t fast but then no one would be with all those layers on. 9:07 average pace reported by Nike+.
I’m writing this sitting on a heat pad to defrost my extremities 🙂
Tech-wise I ran with my Lumo Run device today and I got ‘in the green’ results for four of the five measured categories, with the only exception being my hip rotation.
I used Nike+ on my Apple Watch for tracking and started it from my watch. This meant that to hear the announcement for distance and speed I had to hold the watch up to my head as the sound wasn’t routed through my headphones that were connected to my iPhone. Nike really need to get their integration worked out.
Now to get showered before my sweat causes me to get a chill.