What are folks doing?
Any subject matter expertise on short or long term health impact of working out in these conditions?
Mission SF wrote:
Iâ€™m in the taking time off/core/yoga boat. Hoping this doesnâ€™t keep up much longer.
I'm wondering how much better the air is indoors compared to outdoors? Buildings don't have any separate source of air other than what comes in from the outside, so after it's been smoky for a while outdoors, isn't it also smoky indoors?
I live in the central valley, nearly 150 miles from the big fires. Most of this week our air has been OK, in the "good" or "moderate" range (AQI below 100), but for a brief time when the wind blew from the wrong direction it got very smoky and the AQI was up close to 200. The air looked and smelled awful outdoors, but it was also pretty bad indoors. I was just glad I had run in the early morning that day before the smoke moved in, and by the following morning it had mostly cleared out again.