Fitbit Surge Review: Super Watch or Super Dud?

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Ready to take activity tracking to a new level? Well if you want to take your wearable technology beyond just tracking calories burned and steps, the the Fitbit Surge is worth consideration. The Surge just isn’t the latest line of activity trackers from Fitbit - it’s a game changer. For runners that appreciate wearable technology, the GPS tracking and heart rate monitoring … [Read more...]

Making Time to Run on Business Trips: Running New Orleans

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Whether its in your neighborhood or on the streets of say...New Orleans, running can be done anywhere and at any time. This is what I love about running and always eager to run when travelling for business or for fun. I recently had a three day business trip down to the Big Easy and took my running gear with me. I traveled to New Orleans before but this would be my first … [Read more...]

Garmin Vivosmart Review

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The Garmin Vivosmart is a feature rich activity tracker that runners will appreciate both on the road and off. Whether you’re a tech savvy runner or runner looking to actively track your day, here’s how Vivosmart can work for you. Out of the box I’ve reviewed the Vivofit and loved the fact that it was ready to use right out of the box. With the Vivosmart it needed to be … [Read more...]

Running can’t undo all my caloric sins from the weekend

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When it comes to eating Monday to Friday afternoon, I'm on the straight and narrow. I stay away from processed foods, soda, and sugary snacks. I'm eating fruits and vegetables, drinking plenty of water, and exercising self-control. But something happens at about 5:30 when I get home on Friday night. I want to eat, drink, and eat and drink some more. That's just Friday. On … [Read more...]

super.natural Baselayer Review

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Planning on running year round? Then you need to prepare for the toughest parts of the year like winter. With super.natural's line of baselayers you can run in comfort during the coldest temperatures of the year. Runners should always take baselayers seriously. Under prepare for the elements and running all the sudden isn't so much fun. Have the right gear for the right time … [Read more...]