After my sunday morning run I touched my tummy and I was a little bit shocked to feel it was cold. My first reaction was something must be wrong: I have associated cold things with dead things!
When I got back home I immediately switched on my laptop and started Googling “cause of cold stomach after running”
My nerves were calmed down when I learn’t it was normal to experience a cold stomach after running.
According to answers.com
Your stomach gets cold when you work out because you are burning calories/losing weight. The fats and carbohydrates get digested much quicker and the blood begins to rush to other organs at a faster rate. Fermetation then kicks in and replaces the oxygen being lost from your blood going elsewhere in your body with lactic acid. The lactic acid will cause both a buring in you abdominales along with a colder feeling on the surface of you stomach.