5 Reasons to Leave Your Gadgets at Home on Your Next Run

How many of these metrics do you typically track from run to run or week to week: pace, distance, speed, splits, heart rate, acidosis threshold, VO2 Max, heart rate reserve, weekly training load? Paying attention to the numbers can certainly help you improve as a runner, but it can be just as beneficial to forget the metrics and leave your tech at home every once in a while. Here are five ways you can benefit from running unplugged.

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