September 13 2018
If there was a resource you could use to immediately run four percent faster, would you buy it?
This color-coded scheduler will help you organize and prioritize everything, from your statistics homework to your 5K training plan.
Show your school spirit on race day with singlets, hats, shoes and more emblazoned with your school colors and mascot.
Studying usually means sitting. This stylish fitness wearable will ping you if you haven’t taken 250 steps in the past hour, reminding you to take a walk break.
Your training buddies may be scattered around the country, but that doesn’t mean you can’t cheer each other on. Upload your route to the app for real-time cheers and encouragement from your circle.
Throw on this luxe sweatshirt with your favorite tights or joggers for a perfect run-to-brunch outfit.
Flattering running tights that stretch, move and support your growing baby bump? Yes, please.
This lightweight, high-performance jogging stroller lets you pull instead of push, making long runs a breeze.
Trigger Point GRID Foam Roller, $40
Injury risk increases with every passing year, making a foam-rolling regimen a necessity.
Purple Carrot TB12 Performance Meals, $78 Per Week
Too busy for meal prep? Purple Carrot will deliver fresh, perfectly portioned ingredients and easy step-by-step instructions to create healthy, delicious meals designed for the needs of an athlete.
Bone density is on the decline for many at this stage, but it’s beatable—smart strength training will help you stay fit and healthy for a lifetime.
Polar M430 Heart Rate Monitor, $230
As we age, recovery from intense efforts takes longer. Make sure you’re fully recovered by measuring your heart rate upon waking: Seven or more beats per minute above your norm means you should take an extra rest day.
Sleep is important for recovery, and quality is just as important as quantity. Track both with a mattress sensor that tracks your sleep with movement sensors and heart rate monitoring.
Fit seniors have lower body fat, especially at the bottom of the feet. Opt for more cushioned shoes for a comfortable run.