Lifehacker recently had this article about winter survival. I found this part interesting:
Forget what you’ve heard about cold-weather exercise—it’s perfectly fine, if you take the right precautions. About.com offers up a few tips for keeping safe and warm on the roads, and Runner’s World offers a webapp designed to help you decide what you should wear. MetaFilter founder Matt Haughey has previously outlined the best gear for winter cycling. Some dreary days, though, it’s not the pants or gloves you need to get running, but motivation. One winter runner learned to trick her mind into running all winter, using a few tricks from psychology, chemistry, and plain old bragging rights. Photo by lululemon athletica. (Original post: myths, running, cycling, myths).