The Best Gear and Accessories for Runners

The Best Gear and Accessories for Runners1

one of the most interesting facts about running is that it requires no special machinery. All you have to do is just hit the open road and run off, and hopefully enhance your speed and stamina in the process. Here’s a list of some gear and accessories you can try on.

1.  Camelbak circuit

This accessory is just about weightless, rendering only the basics – a 1.5 Liter water reservoir and two small front pockets that can easily be reached when wearing the pack. The bag is also perfect for warming temperature allowing you to keep cool and it possesses sweat-proof pockets.

2. Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless Earphones

The device is very easy to set up – probably within a maximum of less than 10 minutes. The device is actually a built-in heart-rate monitor, so you don’t have to wear a separate heart-rate sensor. It has the potential to read your heart rate and conveniently sent data to the Jabra SportLife app linked via Bluetooth. The device has good music quality and provides noise isolation. Also, this accessory is lightweight, comfortable and easy to utilize.

3. Ibex W2 Sport Zip

The W2 Sport Zip is light and breathable and also perfect for early morning runs. The flatlock stitching, tag-free design and inset sleeves advance themselves to hours of relaxed, stress-free running. This is a must have in your wardrobe.

4. TOMTOM Runner 2 Cardio

There are apps that can track calories, distance and time, and then there is a watch that does all that, and also tracks your heart rate, which is measured at your wrist. It also serves as your personal running coach, and depending on what you are aiming at, you can pause training, track training zones and race yourself. The device also synchronizes with desktop apps so you can plan out your training routine and chart your progress.

5. Active Accessories, On-the-go Hairbands

These are just perfect ties as they don’t leave unattractive dent in your hair like the normal ones do. If you have thick hair, they might not work by holding your hair that well, particularly when you’re running but will be great for moderately thin hair.

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