My favorite running products (updated 10/03/18):
Altra Lone Peaks
Running Buddy Hand Band
Running Buddy Pouch
Goodr Running Sunglasses
Garmin Forerunner 735
Road ID Emergency ID
Aftershokz Air Bone Conducting Headphones
Rock My Run Music app
Hypersphere Vibrating Massage Ball Roller
Feetures Performance Socks
Swiftwick Performance Socks
+Addaday Type C Massage Roller
Reviews of products and technology:
Running Buddy Pouch: Read about this revolutionary magnetic pouch that attaches to your pants while you run, sightsee, or travel. It’s so comfortable, you forget it’s there.
Altra Running Torin: Find out how you can “embrace the space” and “rethink your run” with these zero drop running shoes.
Charity Miles: Read to find out how to use the free Charity Miles app to help raise money for a charity of your choosing while you run, walk, or bike.
Road ID: Find out how to use a Road ID identification band, and also how to utilize the free use the Road ID app to help keep you safe on your outdoor adventures.
SPIbelt and FlipBelt comparison: I compared my experiences with the SPIbelt and FlipBelt, read about them here.
Compression Sleeve comparison: I have used 4 brands of compression sleeves, and give you my comparison on which I like best for comfort and functionality.
Race Dots: A new way to ditch safety pins and use specifically designed super strong magnets to secure your race bib to your shirt.
How To: The Roll-Tuck for old T-Shirts. You can save lots of space by tightly rolling up old race t-shirts.
KC Running Company: I found the Kansas City Running Company by literally stumbling across their office one day shortly after moving to KC. I attended their group runs for a few years before moving a bit further away. I still go occasionally to their runs in Leawood, and this group will always feel like home.
Running Well Store: I also love going to the group runs at the Running Well Store in Mission KS. The Running Well Store has 3 locations across the Kansas City metro area, and they are always having fun and keeping the group runs interesting!