Getting Out on the Trails to Make You Stronger

There is a whole new move lately where more and more road runners are hitting the trails. The reason for this is simple, trail running offers a new challenge both physically and mentally he and that can lead to better performance on the road. When you're looking to train for distance for example, sometimes the answer is elevation. Sometimes it's difficult to find dramatic levels of elevation on the road, ...

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Review: Saucony Drylete XPT Pant

If tights just aren't your thing in the winter and you want something thats a good cross between a pant and a tight, then take a look at the Saucony Drylete XPT Pant. These things are designed for maximum warmth and breathability, but not at the expense of movability and flexibility. So they aren't big and baggy or really flowy when you run, instead they hold tight allowing for maximum ...

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Review: New Balance Ultra 6 Inch Short

The Ultra 6 inch short is a great warm weather short or for those that like a more traditional mid to short leg running short. We really loved the topo design, it lended itself really well to both road and trail running. The short comes in two colors a black on black and then a grey with neon green trim and both are solid looking. The fabric is also anti-snag ...

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Review: Brooks Men’s PureProject 9″ Woven Short

The most striking thing about the Brooks PureProject 9 and 10" shorts is the fact that they are probably way more stylish than functional. I say this in a good way in all honesty because they actually don't look like traditional running shorts. I do think they are a much better fit for trail runners and even for extended or extreme hiking. The shorts come in a black, grey, and a ...

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Review: Saucony Altitude Base Layer Long Sleeve

Are you looking for something to keep you warm when the temperature has really dropped? Well, then look no further than the Saucony Altitude Base Layer Long Sleeve. Seriously, this puppy will keep you warm so do not throw it on unless you are in freezing temps or just like feeling warm and snuggly. Aesthetically its a base layer so don't expect much, but the real key comes in the ...

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