Nothing should stop you from going for your daily run, not even a weather situation. However, figuring out what to wear on your run is a real struggle. The weather conditions can change in a glimpse and what you wear can impact your performance. The last thing you want to run into is the flu just because you wear shorts and a tank top when it’s windy.
Want to run comfortably in any weather conditions? Here’s how you can dress up.
How to dress for hot weather
The heat can get quite intense and humid in Malaysia’s climate. Hot temperature means greater heat surroundings and more sweat, and the smartest way to dress is to put on loose tops and shorts that are extremely breathable, lightweight and wicks away sweat quickly.
This will allow greater airflow around your body and your sweat can evaporate faster as well.
Remember to opt-out dark colours too as they tend to absorb more light. Which means more heat goes to your body!
How to dress for warm weather
Temperature around 30 degrees is perfect running weather. If you prefer more sun protection and skin coverage, a lightweight short-sleeve t-shirt with a pair of capri leggings can be your go-to combination.
The only thing to take note for capri is that the fabric is made of mesh for proper air ventilation. Shorts are fine too if you’d like a breezier run.Inflachi High Waist Back Mesh Panel Capri Leggings