Cold Weather Running Mantras.

Do you believe in running mantras? I certainly think it helps to have a few things you say to yourself to get you OUT THE DOOR when the temps are dropping. Because letโ€™s be honest. It would be much easier to roll back into bed when it’s freezing out. So, here I am, the cheerful motivational cold weather run lover to save the day and make you get your hiney up and get to running.

Here are some of my favorite cold weather running mantras.

-No such thing as bad weather, just soft people.
-The faster you run, the sooner you’re done.
-Find your STRONG.
-It’s *snot* that cold!
-It’s only cold if you’re standing still.
-The temps may drop, but the running won’t stop.
-I put in my time, no matter the circumstances.
-Cold weather running…it hurts so good.
-If you wait for perfect running conditions, you’ll never get anything done.
-OUTRUN the weather.
-Fitness isn’t a seasonal hobby. Fitness is a lifestyle.
-Today’s forecast…’holy crap I can’t feel my face’ DEGREES!
-The cold clears your head. RUN.

What are some of your cold weather running mantras?

22 thoughts on “Cold Weather Running Mantras.

    • HA well in New York yes, it’s definitely a lot different than the ‘cold’ we deal with in Texas. I’ve lived on the east coast before. So when Texans wear all of these clothes and it is 30-40 degrees out I just laugh. I lovveeee me some colder weather running. Yuck, snot. lol

  1. Love these! One of my favorites on cold weather days is “Just get out the door”. Once I get out and get moving I’m fine. It’s taking that first step outside that’s the hardest!

  2. These are funny. Pairs well with my winter running tips post. I guess we all have cold on our minds this week. Getting started is definitely the hardest part.

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