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  1. TaeBo_Master is offline
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    *shrug* never know. I doubt a great deal of research has been done on the subject. I'll freely admit that I'm no expert in cold weather training specifically. I've read research that shows high altitude training improves VO2 max though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Can Chaser
    I, personally, dislike cardio in the cold, like below 35-40. It makes my throat sore, regardless of how I breathe.

    But like anything else with excerise, it only hurts until your body gets used to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ka-Bar
    I read somewhere that people who regularly exercise in cold weather have lower body fat percentages and higher VO2 maxes, or something.

    I think they compared soldiers at Fort Carson with soldiers at Fort Benning.
    Your body burns a hell of a lot more calories in a cold weather environment that in temperate weather.

    Have you ever has cold weather MREs? Like 6,000,000 calories per day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ojgsxr6
    How bad is it working out in the cold? Lifting weights, pullups, situps etc.
    If you dress properly (as not to ge frostbite in really cold environments), stay hydrated and use a little common sense - it is not bad.

    Unless of course you are training to fight in Mexico, then it would be stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by punchingdummy
    But like anything else with excerise, it only hurts until your body gets used to it.
    Or, I can just be a spoiled brat and run on the treadmill in the nice warm workout room instead of on my dear deer trails.
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    Or you can be like me and not run at all. Ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AkiraMusashi
    Or you can be like me and not run at all. Ever.
    But I don't think I have it in me to be a lazy bum, especially to that degree. :rolleyes:
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    Haha, cheers for not running at all! :D

    Don't forget to rehydrate properly and moisturize if you will be out in the cold weather for a longer time.
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    Cool, now I have the task of clearing out my garage, you can probably see in my avatar it's kind of messy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaeBo_Master
    *shrug* never know. I doubt a great deal of research has been done on the subject. I'll freely admit that I'm no expert in cold weather training specifically. I've read research that shows high altitude training improves VO2 max though.
    To sort of piggy back on these types of studies, they also have these tests showing people using some sort of hyperbolic chamber to internally cool the body temperatures like in universal soldier style. I saw a link to it on www.fark.com and it said that the process had a really dramatic and positive effect on muscle recovery and building. To the point that people could see amazingly quick returns in both strength and speed of the muscles they were using then cooling. So look for it on the paid program infomercials soon enough.

    I will look for the article and try and post it asap...
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