It’s getting dark earlier. Here’s how to be seen if you’re exercising outside.
It’s getting colder and darker outside. But don’t let the lack of daylight stop you from your run or walk outdoors.
Here are some tips from Jamie Schuh, a physical therapist at Aurora Sports Health in Grafton, Wis. She specializes in athletic training and children’s health therapy.
Hip or knee pain shouldn’t interfere with your running or walking, either. Take this short assessment to evaluate your pain issues by clicking here.
About the Author
Mary Arens, health enews contributor, is a senior content specialist at Advocate Health Care and Aurora Health Care. She has 20+ years of experience in communications plus a degree in microbiology. Outside of work, Mary makes healthy happen with hiking, yoga, gardening and walks with her dog, Chester.