Sponsored Post It doesn’t matter how much you love to run… it seems like it’s so easy to make an excuse about why you shouldn’t go for a run. Some excuses are legitimate (sick, family obligations, etc.), some are just crap. For example… yesterday at the conclusion of all the sessions for the conference I’m
LVL is the first ever wearable to accurately measure hydration in real-time. I love wearable technology. I follow along with a lot of the changes in the field. But honestly, I’ve felt a little bored over the past year, I wasn’t that excited about anything. The only innovations that have impressed me lately is the
The MilestonePod got an update! It was just launched today. (August 2, 2016) If you don’t recall or never heard about it, the MilestonePod is a cool little device you can attach to your shoe to track the mileage on your shoes, but it extends beyond that. It can help coach you on ways to
I haven’t been wearing an activity tracker regularly at all in 2016. I love playing with wearable tech, but I’ve been disenchanted with many of them of late and while I have played with other devices, none have stuck. And you know what? I don’t really care if I’m missing out on my step counts.
I first started to hear about the Zero Runner from Octane Fitness about one year and 2 or 3 months ago. I was immediately captivated by the concept and idea of the machine and I started to mention it online a lot. When I ran the Boston Marathon I was hoping to find Octane at
I used to wear hats or visors when I ran. I probably should do that to protect my “aging skin”, but I count on sunblock to do the job for me. A hat smushes your hair down way too much and, as much as I hate to admit it, there are days where I run