Lovely run this morning but by gum was it parky! After about five minutes my fingers, snug in their lovely gloves, started to freeze in the sub-Arctic air temperature before gradually warming back up again as my circulation got pumping.
That was all fine, and the rest of me stayed pretty comfy and warm EXCEPT my butt cheeks. Good grief, why do they get so cold? My tights are pretty thick and my run jacket is longer at the back and well covers my derrière and yet at the 3k mark, I was conscious of a small iceberg lolloping along behind me until I realised it was actually my backside and I couldn’t actually feel it anymore. I resorted to taking a glove off (fingers toasty by now) and shoving it down the back of my tights to try and stop the big freeze.
Anyone else experience this? Any tips on how to prevent it becoming an ice shelf!? 😳😨😱