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How to Score Epic Deals at the REI Garage Sale

Want to get awesome outdoor gear from the best brands, brand new or barely used, at insane discounts? Then you need to find an REI Garage Sale. This is how REI gets rid of their returned merchandise, retired rental equipment, stuff that was damaged during shipping, and anything else that can’t be sold as new. […]

How To NOT Get Sick – A Guide for Exhausted Endurance Athletes

Getting sick really screws up your schedule. You’ll probably have to go shopping for medicine, cough drops, tissues, etc.. You might even have to go to the doctor if it’s bad. Worst of all, you’ll have to skip training sessions… and make up for them later. Feeling sick isn’t particularly pleasant, either. Here’s how to […]

Tested: Nice Laundry Men’s Dress Socks

I see dress socks as a necessary evil. As much as I love socks, I’ve never been excited about them. And how could I be, with a drawer full of beautiful creations from Darn Tough, DeFeet, Sock Guy, Thorlos, Patagonia, and Balega, to name a few? When it comes to dress socks, I just try […]

Better Than Treadmills and Ellipticals? Or Just Hype? Examining the Arc Trainer.

It’s that time of year where you have to start thinking about off-season training. Which, in many cases, means indoor training. And that raises a few questions… Do you finally plunk down the money for an indoor trainer? Or get a gym membership and take Spinning classes? Or is it best to take more time […]

Book Review: FASTER: The Obsession, Science and Luck Behind the World’s Fastest Cyclists

I always wanted two things during my racing career. One, to get more cute girls cheering me on. And two, to go faster. Generally speaking, I had to go faster in order to get more cheers, so I centered my lifestyle around making myself and my bicycle go faster. Michael Hutchinson did the same thing, […]

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, […]