Do not run without protections - Let's admit it. The worst the weather, the better the challenge (and the satisfaction). A few guidelines to running under the rain include using Vaseline or bandaids to protect the nipples from the wet rubbing shirt; the use of technical clothes that wick away humidity (avoid simple cotton); proper dressing for the actual weather conditions (windproof jackets, gloves, hats, etc.).
Do not run outside when it is too cold - Too cold or busy to get out and complete a full workout? Jump rope when you can't get out and exercise. It is great for cardiovascular exercise, and it helps promote muscle balance while it strengthens muscles in the legs, arms, shoulders, and back.
Do not run fast against the wind - Be aware of how windy weather can affect your running. Slow down when running in a strong wind. You are spending six percent more oxygen than in ordinary conditions. Running slower while against the wind will give you the same benefits as when you run fast during normal conditions. When you begin your work out, try to run against the wind, so that during your return you have the wind to your back and are not fighting to run against it when you are more tired.