Aside from style considerations and personal preferences when dressing for exercise, during the summer it's pretty easy to decide what clothes to wear for a jog or some other type of outdoor physical activity: the less clothes you wear and the clearer you are. and light it is, the better.
But when the weather begins to do its thing with the changing seasons, which sometimes justify the classic joke that "if you don't like the temperature, wait five minutes that will have already changed", it is very useful to have a tool or guide to avoid being cold or heat, and thus avoid getting sick, decrease performance or a combination of the two that makes us end up wrapped in a blanket, trembling with hot chocolate in our hands.
As soon as the first questionable breezes of autumn blow, I grab my laptop before I start preparing for a race and check with the What should I wear?, from the Runnersworld website. Although I liked the name it had before better: Dress the runner (Dress the runner), its usefulness has not changed much.
The system is simple and easy to use. One only has to select the temperature and the wind and sun conditions, and specify how you prefer to feel among three options (cool, warm or intermediate). When you click on What to wear?, then Runnersworld's suggestions appear, from head to toe. For me, in addition to being useful, it is almost as much fun as it was as a child to dress and undress my dolls.