The UA HOVR Sonic is definitely road-worthy, and I think it’s most certainly worth a trip to your nearest running shop to at least try on to see for yourself.
You don’t need anything but running shoes to start running. But having some basic gear can make a big difference and keep you going.
I found an easy and simple half-marathon training plan with no gimmicks that worked to get me a sub-2hr PR in my first 13.1 race!
Just took the New Balance 1080v7 shoes out for a spin, and I like them so far. Way easier on my knees and ankle than the Altra Paradigm or Mizuno Wave Rider.
I grew up playing roleplaying games, not fitness games. I started with The Legend of Zelda--complete with the cool-as-heck, gold NES cartridge--and I’ve never looked back. Two dozen or so Chrono Trigger rentals, Final Fantasy VII on release day, World of Warcraft for...
Buying for the the geeks is hard, so you need this handy-dandy nerdy gift guide. But you probably aren’t just surrounded by geeks, but fitness fanatics, too
I get asked how to start running a lot. A lot. I love this question because it’s easy to answer: use Couch-to-5K or a program like it. But there’s a problem. C25K is hard. Like really hard. Especially if you’re not a runner. Even more so if you’re not active at all, and you’re just starting out with fitness and exercise.
In defense of Walmart bikes and discount running shoes. Expensive fitness gear is a luxury, rather than a necessity. Look at your needs and find the most appropriate gear you can for your personal situation. Even if the internet says what you buy is garbage, if it works for you, then it works for you.
After running 200 miles in my first pair of no-tie Lock Laces, I am never going to tie my running shoes with normal shoelaces ever again.
Graciously, Like the Wind has provided me with a copy of their 4th issue and an art print of the gorgeous cover for me to give away to one of my readers.