With temperatures starting to increase, one may find it more difficult to go jogging. Perspiration and shortness of breath may discourage some joggers.
There are various ways, however, of being prepared for the high temperatures and still going out for a jog. Athlete Andre Murray suggests that before attempting to jog in the heat, one should spend some time in the heat to allow the body to get used to the high temperatures. Murray also suggests a hot bath, which would allow the body to get used to the temperature.
The most important factor, however, is that one should drink continuously and wear special clothing which keeps he body cool.
After jogging, one should rest well, and one should choose food which helps towards recovery.