Running Gear & Apparel

Running is free but a good running kit not that cheap. With the help of this section, you'll learn how to choose the best running gear, whether it's running shoes, running clothing, GPS tracker, you name it, at the best price possible. Get the full facts on running gear HERE.

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How to Choose Proper Running Sunglasses

Whether you just picked up running or are an elite runner, investing in a nice pair of running sunglasses is essential. Picking the right pair of frames for outdoor exercise can sometimes be tricky, but...
Running Gadgets

The 6 Must-Have Running Gadgets

Running is one of the most convenient and simple forms of aerobic exercises in the world. You can do it virtually anywhere without needing a gym or fancy gear. That said, technology can improve almost everything...
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How to Get the Smell Out of Your Running Clothes

Are you a runner with a laundry problem? More specifically, do you have stinky running clothes problems? Then, you’ve come to the right place. Today I’m going to share with you the system I use to keep my running clothes smelling (and feeling) fresh for the long haul. So, if you want to know how to do that, then keep on reading…
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How to Make Your Running Shoes Last Longer

Would you like to learn how to make your running shoes last longer? If the answer is yes then you have come to the right place. Here's the truth. High-quality running shoes aren’t cheap. Costing in the upwards...
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Anatomy of a Running Shoe – The 7 Main Parts

The midsole? The tongue? Eva? What does this all mean? If you are serious about learning all about running shoes jargon and anatomy, then you are in the right place. Why Should you Care? Here is the basic premise: understand basic shoe anatomy, and you’ll increase your chances of buying the right pair that meets your physiological needs and personal preference.
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How To Choose Running Compression Socks

In today’s article, we’ll be taking a look at some of the science behind compression socks (if there is any) when it comes to recovery and performance. I’ll also share with you a few practical guidelines on how to make the most out of compression running socks (if you decide to purchase a pair).
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How to Choose The Right Running Socks

Running socks? Yes, these are socks made specifically for runners. What makes them different from your typical casual socks is that they are designed to keep your feet dry and comfortable while running for prolonged periods of time. When you run, especially if you sweat a lot (who doesn’t), it’s crucial to equip your feet and your shoes with socks that are comfortable, functional, durable, even fashionable (if you are into that). The Importance of Running Socks
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How Often to Replace Running Shoes?

Do you know how often to replace running shoes? If your answer is no then you're about to learn all you need to know about running shoes lifespan as well as how to make sense...
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How To Choose Cold Weather Running Gear

Winter is finally here, so it’s a great opportunity to talk about proper cold weather running gear so you can keep on running without much trouble. But running in the winter is not easy task… The...
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The 5 Main Types of Running Shoes

When it comes to your workout wardrobe, your running shoes are the most important piece. Nonetheless, finding the right sole-mate is easier said than done. The whole process can be unnerving and might leave you feeling overwhelmed, especially when you are just starting out and/or don’t know what type of kicks works the best for you. The Importance of Running Shoes When it comes to preventing injury and improving training efficiency, I cannot emphasize enough the importance of proper shoes. By getting ill-fitting shoes, you’re predisposing your body to pain and injury. And you don’t want that. Not to mention that it’s also a complete waste of your time and money.