What you can do: Run early in the day; favor parks or side streets for your runs.
What you can do: Whether you’re a beginner or a road warrior, add more mileage to your running route. Just do it gradually and safely.
What you can do: Beginning runners need nothing more than their bare feet and about 5 minutes a day.
What you can do: If you're a runner shopping for footwear, try simple, low-tech running shoes that put the least amount of material between you and the ground.
What you can do: Embrace the snow for winter exercise. It can make outdoor workouts more challenging, and more fun.
What you can do: Make smart decisions about when and where to run; put yourself in the right frame of mind before you put on your running shoes.