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Nope. Colds and flu are caused by viruses, not weather. However, cold, dry air keeps viruses alive longer – so we’re more likely to catch them. But as far as your workout, even if it’s chilly, go for it. You can actually burn more calories in the cold. Just make sure if it’s really cold to keep your fingers covered and your feet warm so you don’t end up with frostbite.