You probably won’t be in the starting blocks alongside Usain Bolt when billions of people watch him attempt to smash his own record, but thanks to Puma’s new Faas 800 trainer, you can take advantage of the technology that makes the world’s fastest athletes even faster. Developed ...
With Usain Bolt looking to smash his own 100m world record the year 2012 truly is the Year of Speed. Now Puma is giving you the chance to get Faas and furious.Puma is giving you the chance to prove your pace in the Bolt Speed Test. At venues around the country, you’ll get the cha...
The Nike+ receiver fits into the bottom of a standard iPod NanoNike – along with Apple - have just put on a sprint in the race to make the sexiest running gadget yet. The ‘Nike+’ kit turns Apple’s sleek iPod Nano MP3 player into a speed and distance
-and-distance monitor designed for those who prefer to run without their favourite tunes pounding in their ears. Can the Nike+ SportBand do for running purists what the original Nike+ kit did for the die-hard music fans? We put it through its paces to find out.How does
The British autumn is often a tricky call kit-wise, too wet for T-shirts but still too warm for thick layers. So we took a selection of the best shower-resistant, lightweight jackets out for a test-run. They're not designed to stand up to really
GETTY IMAGESIf you’re just getting started, don’t be befuddled by terms like wicking, pronation or GPS. Get everything you need - not what the shop assistant wants to sell you – with our guide to key kit essentials.If you’ve been running for a
Where should I put it? Preferably downstairs on a solid, level floor. A typical treadmill can weight 14st. Combine that with the impact of three times your bodyweight, which running generates, and a treadmill in an upstairs room can shake the house with well over 40st of sho...
Ultimate Direction Speedemon 2300 – £89.99A pack for the runner with a long commute who needs to take lots of gear to work. The Speedemon has a 35-litre capacity – so you could conceivably pack a shock-proof laptop – and also comes with a three-litre drinks bladder. The pack look...
To help you flash a little more leg we've put together a selection of some of the best shorts on the market.Brooks Element Notch – £22Silky shell and super-soft lining. A longer cut means that they aren't too revealing. (Men's + Women's) Contact www.brooksrunning.co.uk; 01903 817...
If you'd rather listen to Beethoven than Beyoncé when you use the treadmill in the gym, or prefer Travis to traffic when you're training outside, then these three products will make running with an MP3 player easy. (By the way, while Travis and traffic alliterate nicely, we'd rec...
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