Fitness Tip of the Day: The Rain Won't Melt You

Fitness Tip of the Day: The Rain Won't Melt You

Unless you're the Wicked Witch of the West, the rain won't melt you. Running in the rain can actually be refreshing as long as it's not down pouring, which often results in chafing, blisters, and uncomfortable, soaked shoes and clothes.

Protect yourself from chafing and blistering by applying a few dabs of vaseline or anti-chafing cream to your heels, underarms, thighs, and anywhere you might be susceptible to chafe.

Be sure not to overdress and wear clothes made of moisture-wicking material, not cotton. You may want to also wear a running hat to avoid extra rain in your eyes and add heat to your body.

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*Disclaimer: The aforementioned is not to be construed as medical or professional fitness advice. Please always consult the advice of a physician, nutritionist, or other medical personnel before beginning any fitness or nutritional program.

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Christina Mancuso Christina Mancuso, a mother of 3, has traveled to well over 70 cities on various Broadway National Tours. She is now residing in her hometown of Columbus, Ohio after spending a year in NYC to support her daughter's Broadway debut. Besides writing, traveling, and mothering, she is a 13-time marathon runner (including the 2015 Boston Marathon), freelance artist, classical violinist, and a previous Paralegal with over 20 years of writing and research experience. Mancuso is listed in 'Who's Who Worldwide' and has been recognized for "Outstanding Leadership in Media" by the International Women's Leadership Association. A former Theatre Critic for both Columbus and NYC, Christina is currently the Regional Managing Editor of BroadwayWorld.com and Editor-in-Chief of BWWFitnessWorld.com.