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Tested: Balega Socks

Thinking back over the years, I can’t recall buying socks from a running socks company. All my running socks were from companies that made my favorite biking and hiking socks. The one exception now is Balega. They make running socks. You go to their website, you see running. Their tagline is, “the leader in run.” […]


How to Choose a Hiking Backpack (for Day Hikes, Backpacking Trips, or Whatever Your Heart Desires)

Maybe you’re packing up for an extended camping trip known as a mountain bike stage race. Or maybe hiking and backpacking has become your cross-training method of choice. Either way, when you’re choosing a backpack, you want to get one that meets your needs and (most importantly) fits you well. Here’s how to choose the […]


Book Review: Build Your Running Body

It’s not often that a book completely overwhelms me with information. But such was the case with Build Your Running Body, a book by Melissa Breyer, Thomas Schwartz, and Pete Magill. That’s three authors, and 408 pages. And it’s not just a book about training your body. Oh sure, it includes running workouts, gym training, […]


The Endurance Athlete’s Guide to Fatigue

While some people want to win races, and some would like to complete a big event (like a century ride or gran fondo,) and others strive to lose body fat, there’s one concern that nearly everyone shares. And that concern is fatigue. I get emails like the following all the time, but this one was […]


Buying Climbing Shoes: A Journey of Epic Proportions

Anyone involved in sports recognizes the need for proper footwear. Running, cycling, triathlon, football, basketball, etc., shoe selection is important. In my experience, though, there is a lot of leeway in shoe choice and proper sizing. Some sports, such as ice hockey and speed skating, are more difficult. You need to get a perfect fitting […]


Tested: T-Motorsports “J Rack” Kayak Carriers

Though it’s super easy to carry my own kayak straight on the Jeep’s roof rack, and I’ve carried three on top without issue, it sure is a pain to load all three on there! So I debated whether it was worth picking up one of those “J racks” to help stabilize everything. Eventually I decided […]


5 Juices That Can (Arguably) Burn Fat, Extend Your Endurance, and Make You Invincible

Whether it’s orange juice for breakfast, lemon juice for a cleanse, grapefruit juice for your entire diet, juicing at home, or the juicing among professional athletes, we can’t get enough. Even with the negative headlines saying juice is less healthy than diet soda, the stuff is flying off the shelves. We must be addicted to […]


Tested: Energems

While nothing beats a good cup of coffee in the morning, I’m always on the lookout for convenient energy boosters for throughout the day (and night.) Something that might fit the bill are these chocolate energy bites called Energems. They look like M&M’s, so at first, you think it’s just a novelty. Sort of like […]