Running requires only a few pieces of gear, but those items are essential to a good workout. Use these tips for getting the right running gear for you and sign up for a 5K, 10K, half marathon, or marathon race.
One of the best things about running is how little equipment it requires. Let's discuss what you need and what you don't as a new runner.
Learn how to buy your first pair of shoes, if racing flats are right for you, and why to ditch that old cotton T.
Active people take up to 12,000 steps per day--it's important these steps are taken in a suitable pair of shoes. Choose the right running shoe using these tips.
If you're confused about running shoes, join the club. Read on for an understanding of running shoe technology and picking the right shoe for you.
When shoe shopping, conflicting advice and too much technical info can be overwhelming. Here's a guide to finding the right fit for your feet.
Not all feet are created equal, and each foot type needs exactly the right running shoe to prevent blisters and aches or worse. Knowing how your foot hits the ground dictates what shoes to buy.
Why are your running shoes rubbing you the wrong way? Here are simple tricks for custom-fitting your shoes and relieving that nagging foot pain.
Ever wondered what all those shoe terms like uppers, midsoles and outsoles mean? Or what these things are made of? Here's a quick look at running shoe components.
From choosing the right one to understanding the numbers, this guide will help you get past your fear of tiny instruction manuals and technology.
The Endurance 4-Flask Belt from FuelBelt has a lot of the unique qualities that I look for in a hydration belt. After running with it for over 300 miles of training and racing, it's earned a spot in my gear collection.