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Gear Pick: IT7S Wireless Sport Headphones

By Annie Rice on in Gear

Annie says: Running with music is a controversial issue in the industry, but I for one don’t often leave the house without a trusty playlist for company. I didn’t realise how much of a nuisance my standard headphones were until I was introduced to IT7’s wireless sport headphones. Previous battles with wires ... 

Gear Pick: Hey Jo Cassini Leggings

By Annie Rice on in Gear

Annie says: Fashion and running doesn't always go hand-in-hand. Black lycra with the occasional splash of fluorescent colour can prove tiresome, and sometimes you feel the need for a bit of style in your workout wardrobe. This is where Hey Jo comes in. The Cassini leggings range builds the bridge between ... 

Gear Pick: Ommf! Bench Pressed Oats

By Annie Rice on in Gear

Annie says: Oomf have come up with the answer to power breakfast on-the-go. These new instant porridge pots combine oats with whey protein for an energy boosting punch, ready in a matter of seconds. Simply add hot water, stir and allow to stand for 60 seconds and breakfast is ready; pretty ... 

Gear Pick: Nike+ Fuelband

By Lucy Trevallion on in Gear

Nike+ Fuelband: price £129 It’s the time of year when resolutions hang over us like a dark cloud, and motivation can be hard to find. So, the latest activity monitor from Nike seems like the perfect buy for any beginner. Activity monitors such as the Nike Fuelband aren’t really supposed to ...  ... 

Gear Pick: Trigger Point Grid Foam Roller

By on in Gear

Annie says: In recent times the foam roller has been hailed as the holy grail of runner injury cure and prevention, it has certainly saved many from sizable bills from their sports masseuse or physio. But sometimes the standard foam rollers just can’t reach those tight spots in the way ... 

Gear Pick: Incredisocks

By on in Gear

Lucy says: With a name like Incredisocks, it’s fair to say that expectations are high. Reportedly, Incredisocks gives your feet a healthier skin tone. As much as I don’t care about the skin tone of my feet, the science behind this is fascinating.  By increasing your circulation they have been shown to ... 

Gear Pick: Apres ChocMalt Recovery Drink

By Lucy Trevallion on in Gear

Lucy says: There’s nothing like the smell of hot chocolate on a cold morning. This one, however, is no ordinary hot chocolate. Packed with 20 supplements, including vitamins, electrolytes and potassium, this recovery drink is designed to be enjoyed after a race or heavy training session. It is also consciously made: ... 

Gear Pick: dounlimited Women's Sheer Performance Tights

By Lucy Trevallion on in Gear

Lucy says: The stretch fit is of these tights is really effective, they are incredibly comfortable and definitely feel like a second skin. They were also really easy to take off thanks to the handy zip along the calf. Once I started running, they didn’t chafe and the lower leg grip ... 

Gear Pick: Revolution Running Softshell Jacket

By Lucy Trevallion on in Gear

Lucy says: My biggest mistake as a runner has to be layering up my existing gear rather than buying a proper winter running jacket.   So I was very excited about Revolution Running’s Softshell jacket, £60, arriving in the office to try. Unwrapping the jacket was like Christmas in November. This is one ... 

Gear Pick: Ergoflex mattress

By Andy Dixon on in Gear

Andy says: It might seem odd to be reviewing a mattress on a running website, but the importance of good sleep is often overlooked preparing for an endurance race. Quality shut-eye is crucial in helping the recovery process during training, as it's in the deepest part of the sleep cycle ... 

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