TomTom Spark Cardio + Music Review

TomTom Spark Cardio + Music Review

For several years, minimalist runners have been striving for less equipment but still have the ability to track their runs. But many of these same runners want to track their heart rate and really enjoy listening to music while they run. This has traditionally meant...
Garmin Forerunner 235 Review

Garmin Forerunner 235 Review

On May 12th of 2015, Garmin joined the optical heart rate chase with the release of the Forerunner 225. It was a slight update to the very popular 220 with added step counting and an added optical heart rate sensor licensed from Mio. Then Garmin surprisingly...
Sensoria Socks Review

Sensoria Socks Review

Fitness trackers and running form tools are among the hottest thing in running and endurance sports. Running form has risen to the top of concerns in recent years and much of this is related to cadence and foot placement. The conventional wisdom in most running...
Suunto Ambit3 Peak and Sport Review

Suunto Ambit3 Peak and Sport Review

There are four watches available in the Suunto Ambit3 series, the Ambit3 Run, Ambit3 Sport, Ambit3 Peak and now the Ambit3 Vertical which was announced earlier this month. For the purposes of this review, the Ambit3 Peak and Sport were used. They are very similar to...
Timex Ironman One GPS+ Review

Timex Ironman One GPS+ Review

In late summer 2014, Timex announced a product that many have been awaiting – a runner’s watch that does not depend on a smartphone for connectivity. In 2015, they started to roll out to the public. For years, runners have been running with mp3 players and...

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