We've entered the winter season, where runners have to combat not just the cold weather elements, but also increased odds of falling ill with the flu, or flu-like symptoms. Falling ill in the middle of a training cycle is a major source of frustration, but for many runners, not reason enough to stop training!
The following article, published on Runnersworld.com, provides great information and advice on when it's probably okay to run during illness, and when it really isn't such a great idea.
Article re-posted from Runnersworld.com
Runners don't like to skip workouts--even when they're ill. Here's how to decide when you should take a sick day from training.