Skins Powersox (£25)Kerry says: Improve your circulation and stop lactic acid production in its tracks with these performance-enhancing compression socks.Compression of the calf muscles and lower legs have been shown to improve running performance - these beauties have been spott...
Nike+ Sportband (£45)Kerry says: Technophiles among you will know this this is not a brand new release but I'm putting it up as my weekly recommendation because it seems to have experienced a bit of a resurgence recently, with more than a few of my acquaintances extolling its vir...
Kinetica 100% Recovery, £24.99(10 x 75g sachets)Joe says: Kinetica 100% Recovery is a 2:1 carb to protein supplement designed to aid quick delivery of nutrients to fatigued muscles and replenish glycogen stores post training.Kinetica’s exclusive
Intact Endurance, £19.95James says: Intact Endurance certainly packs a little punch. The 59ml bottle contains four key electrolytes that are lost through exercise – magnesium, chloride, sodium and potassium. Because you only need to add a few drops
ZICO Mango Coconut Water Review (£2.49)Izzy says: Coconut water is not just this summer’s celebrity diet fad – it’s naturally packed with essential electrolytes and potassium, making it a great alternative to sugar, caffeine and preservative
and standard (four small round lights) and are visible up to 800m away.And now for the technical part: each light weighs a mere 35g; there are five light settings – steady, fast flash, organic flash 1, organic flash 2 and eco-flash; the charge lasts for three
medallist Brendan Foster, who got the idea after running in New Zealand's Round the Bays race in 1979.When the GNR made its debut in 1981, it took place in June and boasted a line-up of 12,000 runners – many of whom will be back this year, no doubt relieved
to enter open-water events in the UK, you'll almost certainly need a wetsuit. For standard-distance events (1.5K swim, 40K bike, 10K run), they are compulsory in water temperature below 14˚C and optional up to 22˚C. Some events, such as the London
X-Tenex Laces (£9.00)Kerry says: This week's Gear Pick is a great budget-friendly pre-payday treat. They may look simple (and colourful) but these inexpensive elastic knotted laces could transform your running. Simply lace up the trainers and use
ASICS Gel Kayano 18 (£133)Kerry says: Any shoe that has 18 versions must be doing something right, and such is the case with the Kayano. This titan of the mild-moderate stability category lost some ground with the previous two versions, which had
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