Luckily it hasn't been too cold here this winter so far, but when I have to get the run in when its cold I try to warm up inside first and dart out the door straight into it; that is if I'm running from my house. Lungs, leg swings, "standing butt cheek kicks", short static stretches, hip flexor stuff..... Getting HR up a bit while I'm in a 68-70 degree F house seems to help me. I have some North Face tights I love. Usually only worn when its cold on easy runs(45 degrees max or so depending on the length of the run), or REALLY cold during a race(in the 20s or lower). For a shirt I have some North Face, Nike, Patagonia(sorry I'm a name brand whore sometimes) thin to medium long sleeve tech shirts, some with 1/4 zip necks that allow to unzip when it gets a bit toasty. A very thin windbreaker outer layer works wonders to knock the chill off on top of that long sleeve. If you heat up just tie it around your waste. Easy. Look at Patagonia's Houdini jacket for an idea(you can find it on sale for sure). Heck, TJ Maxx is a good place to look for some cheap tech stuff. My favorite running shirt is a Nike long sleeve I found at one on a bargain. RunningWarehouse has a ton of good stuff to check out. ------------------------ Man I really do love reading all the updates here. I took a nasty tumble about a month ago not unlike @AlwaysEvolving21 . AND on a fire/jeep road too. Mile 1 of a 13.1 trail race my foot catches something as i'm pushing down a hill at 6-7 something minute pace, I do a flip slamming to the ground and cut my leg up good as well as badly bruise(maybe slightly cracked) a rib on my side. However, I finished strong. It didn't start really hurting until 1-2 days later. Had to take a week off. Then had a good training week after that off time THEN got sick. Was able to plug away at some miles but not where I wanted it to be(I'm still coughing a bit). This weekend I had a 25k trail race in which I came in 3rd male and 4th overall. 14.5 miles by mine and my friends watch, but it was marked for 15.5. 9:49/mile avg pace with 1560 elevation gain on the 2 loop course. I came from out of state to take their trophies which felt good. Today I did 8.2 easy on the trails after work to cap the week at 41.2 miles. This week will be 45 or so miles then 50 the next week. Still building to my 50k on Feb 23rd. I'm scheduled to hit the gym tomorrow which I'm honestly hit or miss on. I'm going to make myself go I suppose.