Running to work (and home again) can help you maximise your training and keep your regime on track. But you'll need something to carry your keys, phone, shoes - maybe even your laptop.So we road-tested eight of the latest running backpacks to select the best.When you choose yours...
tendrils round our toes, now's the time to turn your living room, spare room or garage into an elite (but cost effective) training facility.Here's our pick of the best stay-at-home kit - so you never have to choose between a good workout and EastEnders.
Introducing our new weekly gear blog, packed with RW Gear Editor Kerry McCarthy's favourite running kit. We'll be updating the blog every Friday - just in time for a spot of weekend retail therapy on the RW Store!OMM Classic 25 (£60)Kerry says
Spring is well and truly here, along with the kind of beautiful weather that just calls out for new running shoes. Our Spring/Summer 2012 Shoe Guide includes a bumper crop of 34 new shoes, as well as reviews and technical information on each.The RW Shoe Lab tested the shoes for h...
Adidas Men's Team GB Tee, £35.00Kerry says: This choice is bound to cause some division on the forums along the lines of those who think it's quite cool to wear a replica GB kit and those who think it's nerdy. Who's right? YOU decide (said in Big
Gore Women's Mythos Thermo Shirt (£55.00)Kerry says: This multi-functional piece of kit provides excellent value for money. It's warm (and soft and fleecy) enough to keep you warm during cold winter runs, but not so warm that you can't pair
Helly Hansen L/S Stripe Crew (£30.00)Kerry says: There's a reason why this baselayer with the distinctive stripes down the arms has become one of Helly Hensen's best known and biggest-selling pieces of kit: it works. It's small and lightweight (you
SPI Belt - Reflective (£26.00)Kerry says: Need to carry your bits and pieces on the run but loathe the idea of toting a bum bag? This small elasticated waist-mounted belt could be the answer. It's small and discreet (depending on what you keep
110% Men's Juggler Knickers (£110.00)Ignore the wacky name – these 3/4 length pants are a serious bit of kit. Available in both men's and women's options, these tights provide compression- and ice-recovery in one garment.Graduated compression
Adidas Evil Eye Pro (£155)Kerry says: Stop squinting during your sunny summertime runs and protect your eyes with Adidas Evil Eye Pro S sunglasses.Many runners find it hard to find the right sunglasses - no-one wants bothersome slippage, sweat
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