The days are getting longer and spring is springing, so try a running commute with these handy rucksacks Osprey Talon 22, £60 This technical pack really impressed our tester. It looks bulky but doesn't feel it and is incredibly stable on the run
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 the uninitiated, a rucksack is just a simple carrying device. For those in the know, it is far more: it can help you find more time to run, save money, build leg strength, and open up new running challenges. Whether you’re a running commuter
Dark when you get up, dark when you get home from work: with winter holding us fully in its thrall, it's even harder to find the time and motivation to fit your training in. One solution is to incorporate it into your working day – whether it's running to or from the office, or t...
in four different colours. The 8.0 model and the slightly larger 9.0 have built-in shoulder straps so the holdall can be easily worn as a rucksack, too.Only one problem: With so many storage options you'll be wanting to go and buy more kit just to fill it.
This week, one reader wants to know why some runners like to put their back(pack)s into it..."Is it silly to train with a weighted rucksack strapped to your back? Surely it's safer to have a weight strapped around the stomach (less pressure
You strap on your rucksack, take a swig of sports drink and the commute home begins. Or you hit the street-lamp bathed pavements after the kids are in bed, or drag your weary limbs from the duvet's embrace for an early morning weekend trot. Sure
by dressing up as Mr Bump. He trained with a weighted rucksack before a dress rehearsal at the Liverpool Half-Marathon. "This made me realise where my costume rubbed and that it had a lot of up-and-down impact," he says. A few minor adjustments made for a more
with a robust rucksack that will be my best friend for the duration of the race. The great thing about this pack, the Sky 30+10, is that it expands and shrinks depending on the space required, so as the race goes on and I consume the food I bring I can
resounding yes. You havent said what you currently weigh, but if we assume that you are still three and a half stones overweight, youre still carrying a lot of extra mass. Its as if a lighter runner was out for a run carrying a rucksack containing 20
Visit the official Runner's World page
Follow Runner's World on Twitter
Other Natmag-Rodale Sites
Run For Charity
About Runner's World
Runner's World is a publication of Hearst Magazines UK which is the trading name of The National Magazine Company Ltd, 72 Broadwick Street, London, W1F 9EP. Registered in England 112955. All rights reserved.
Website powered by: Immediate Media Company Limited. | © Runner's World 2002-2013 |