If you have a simple cold without fever then it is completely fine to run. In fact, running during a cold can open up airways leading to faster recovery. Many runners find themselves being able to get rid of their cold just by running, including me.
On the other hand, if you have even a mild fever or body ache, this could mean that you have a viral infection. In this case, if you run, it can elevate your body temperature causing your fever to increase. Hence, it would be best to avoid the run and rest.
Running during the rainy season is a very pleasant experience, but you oughta make sure you’re not making the mistakes I’ve mentioned in the video.
I’ve also shared a few tips and recommendations that could come in handy
If you’ve started experiencing any kind of Physical Pain – neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain, or knee pain
If you think inactivity could affect your Sporting Performance in any way, please feel free to reach out.
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