WYOMING (WZZM) - Now that the heat is kicking into triple-digit territory for the next few days, it's important to be careful when exercising. And who else to give some tips than an ultra-marathoner?
West Michigan's typical summers are already too warm for some people to get moving outdoors, but not for a man who's run 56 miles all in one day.
Terence Reuben, a physical therapist with Metro Health Sports Medicine and a certified personal trainer, hopes you'll continue to get your daily exercise, but he says there's some important things to keep in mind when the temperature rises.
"The first thing is to look at your weather plan, what is the coolest time to run. Usually before seven in the morning, after seven at night," said Reuben.