You have to pity race organisers. They go to great pains to have someone ride round their course measuring it with a Jones-Oerth counter, then 200 runners turn up wearing wrist-mounted GPS computers and claim the route is 300 metres too long. Speed-and-distance monitors (SDMs) ar...
Being able to see how fast and how far you're going while you're running is one of the best ways to get the most out of your training and keep motivation levels high. Speed and distance monitors come in different shapes, sizes, prices and levels of sophistication. We tested seven...
Garmin are soon to release their new and sexiest-yet speed-and-distance-monitor in the UK. With just a handful of 405s in the country before its release date (end of April) RW was lucky enough to put one through its paces. Fans of the reliable 305 will immediately notice a striki...
), they do feel light; in fact you almost forget you’re wearing them - always a good sign.They are well-ventilated, breathable, dry quickly and are equipped with a Trek-Dry antimicrobial liner. The outsole (three-hole and optional SPD compatible) could
tyres, favoured by those looking for quicker times.Sprint A short-distance triathlon. Approximately 400-yard swim, 15-mile bike, 3-mile run.SPD clipsShimano Pedalling Dynamics clipless pedal system (now a standard term).T T1 First transition, where a
. "And I recommend SPD-type shoes that allow you to walk normally, as metal cleats on icy roads are far too dangerous," she says.Take a breakGetting away from the misery of the British winter to train in the sun is a great way to put a spring in your step
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