[quote author="davan" date="1155890255"]
I understand everything you are saying KT, but how effective is sprinting outside going to if it is in the 20s and below? I have done it before, but that doesn't mean it was smart or effective lol. I like the idea on garages–there would be at least some cover and hopefully not as cold.
Question on the schools–how do you go about asking schools to use their hallways for people NOT enrolled in the school?
are you talking about during December Break… most kids are going to places where they went to HS during this time. But a lot of times if you call the track coach at the school, they'll be accomodating.
re- outside in the 20's…. It's not fun or ideal (I went to college in New England) but if they bundle up they'll be ok… obviously there are times that are better than other to be outside, too. But if they can find a pool, a YMCA/HS gym, and a weight room you'll be able to hit most of the basics[/quote]
Will they really be OK from sprinting in that kind of weather? What kind of microscopic tears will they get from doing this? Wouldn’t this just invite injuries further down the road?
Also, if you were to try this, how does one bundle up enough to be able to SPRINT in 20-30 degree weather?