Finnish Canuck Posted September 24, 2014 Share Posted September 24, 2014 Seems you move twice as fast and burn twice the caloriesBut does you fatigue also increase twice as much? If so then running should only be used to get to a rock wall to avoid windchill, animals and to get out of the cold into a cabin quicker.Also does having low hunger and thirst levels decrease your gains on fatigue/cold? Is it worth keeping your hunger/thirst low? Does it increase your condition recovery after sleeping? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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