6 Hints For Safer Running In The Cold

If you're looking for a fun holiday race in the Denver area, try the Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis on Sunday, December 14. Dress in your best holiday running costume (reindeer antlers or bells, anyone?) and come for the costume judging at 9:30 AM. There are events for the whole family, from the Snowman Scramble to the 5K Timed Run, and prizes will be awarded afterward. More importantly, you will be raising funds to help the 830,000 people in Colorado who suffer from arthritis.

Follow these tips for safely running in the cold:

If you follow these hints, you shouldn’t encounter any problems running in the cold. For more tips, or to address any foot problems that need treatment, please contact our expert podiatrists at Rocky Mountain Foot & Ankle Center in Wheat Ridge, CO, by calling (303) 423-2520 or requesting an appointment online. We’ll keep you running with bells on!

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