What to wear for running in fall

What to Wear for Running in Fall

There's nothing like a cool, crisp, fall run—but a run at any temperature can be difficult if you aren't properly prepared. Fall conditions can vary wildly, from cool and clear, to warm and rainy, windy, or even snowy depending on where you are, so be sure to check the weather before you head out…

Four Outdoor Workouts for Colder Temperatures

Getting outside is great motivation to work out. Unfortunately for a lot of us that motivation tends to waiver when the temperatures start to drop. But whether you're trying to maintain an exercise regimen or starting a new fitness journey, you don't have to be stuck indoors during the colder…

How to stay warm and dry during cold weather workouts

How to Stay Warm and Dry During Cold Weather Workouts

By Sarah Canney, Coolcore athlete Falling leaves, crisp air, a little frost on the windshield in the morning—all signs that winter is well on its way. But just because the weather is getting colder doesn’t mean your workout has to suffer or be stifled indoors. Taking your workout outside is a great…

Tips for Trying Trail Running

By Sarah Canney Perhaps you’ve run a few road races and you feel comfortable training and racing on the roads, but you’re eager for a new challenge. If that’s you, then trail running is a great place to challenge yourself and explore new territory. Trail running takes you off the beaten path and…

Coolcore, Global Fabric Innovator, Launches Line of Natural Performance Fabrics

Jen Burn, Backbone Media jen.burn@backbonemedia.net 970-963-4873x 145 Portsmouth, N.H. — Jul 20, 2017 Coolcore, the global leader in chemical-free thermoregulating fabrics, today announced the launching of its new Natural Performance Fabric Collection. Coolcore’s Natural Performance Fabric…

Summer Running: 4 Tips for Staying Cool on Your Summer Runs

This post is sponsored by Coolcore. I'm proud to represent this New Hampshire-based company as one of their ambassadors! With running you get to witness the seasons shift in real time, feet on the ground watching the changes slow and subtle. Each season presents its challenges when it comes to…

Tips for Running in the Heat

August weather typically means hot sticky days that can make it difficult to take part in your daily runs. In some cases, the heat can even be dangerous. Here are a few tips to stay cool and safe during your hot weather runs. Wear light clothing: Dr. Cool shirts are a must have for warm weather…

Using Ice to Prevent Injuries

We tend to reach for the ice wrap after an injury has already occurred, but wouldn’t it be great if you could prevent that injury from the start? Many athletes don’t wait for the injury to occur to start icing. Icing after intense runs or workouts helps fight inflammation and can speed recovery up.…

Boston Marathon Recap

It was a true honor being able to be a part of the 120th Boston Marathon weekend expo. Being a NH based company, we’ve spent many years admiring those who take part on Marathon Monday. Dr. Cool was very excited to participate at the weekend expo and to have the opportunity to meet many of the…

Top Running Injuries

Top Running Injuries: Treating Ankles and Knees with Ice Wraps

It's widely established that running is one of the most injury-prone sports humans can endure. Large amounts of stress are put on certain parts of a runner's body when they're active, mainly around the knees and ankles. Couple that with the studies that show 65% of all runners will be injured at…

National MS Awareness Month: Q&A with Cheryl Hile

March is National MS Awareness Month, and to commemorate the important occasion, we've been focusing on getting a better idea of what life is like with multiple sclerosis. We've heard from a number of athletes with MS that chemical-free cooling apparel like Dr. Cool's can help alleviate some of the…

National MS Awareness Month: Q&A with Lindy Haaglund

For National MS Awareness Month, we wanted to gain some insight and understanding into this debilitating disease from those who live with it. On of the many obstacles MS-affected athletes often battle is overheating, some have found that Dr. Cool chemical-free cool apparel helps to alleviate and…