Warm-up inside in order to break a sweat
Avoid a warm-up until you get outside.
Warm-up inside enough to get the blood flowing and gradually raise the heart rate
None of these
Remove your sweaty clothes and get in the shower or change into something dry and cozy.
Stay in your sweaty clothes until they dry and you cool off.
Layer dry clothes on top of your sweaty clothes to retain heat
All of these
Your core temperature goes below 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
Your body loses more heat than the amount it can produce.
Your skin temperature falls below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
Options A and B are correct.
All of the above
Minus 15 degrees Celcius
32 degrees Fahrenheit
0 degrees Fahrenheit
Minus 18 degrees Fahrenheit
Dress in layers
Put on mittens or gloves before your hands become cold.
Consider buying exercise shoes larger than usual to allow for thick socks or an extra pair of socks.
Drink water before, during, and after your workout, even if you're not really thirsty.