These Killer Treadmill Workouts Will Ignite Your Training

For many of us, it's going to be a rough winter. Meteorologists from Georgia to Maine are calling for some of the coldest temps we've seen in the past 15 years. Snowfalls are estimated to be 60-70 inches for the Southern Appalachians and more for our New England neighbors. With frozen trails, roads and bike paths in our future, long distance runners need to be aware of the footing hazards associated with snow and ice. So what does that mean? We're actually lucky treadmills exist.

Old school purists often refer it as the "dreadmill." Runners who reside well north of the Mason Dixon Line prefer the label of "useful winter tool." Read on for tips on how best to implement treadmill workouts and a couple of specific workouts to try during the winter season.

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