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The BAA changes its baggage policy for the 2014 race

Filed in News, Running by Lisa on February 27, 2014 0 Comments
The BAA changes its baggage policy for the 2014 race

The 2014 Boston Marathon is going to be an unforgettable race. After the events of last year, everyone is approaching this year with determination, excitement and even fear. The Boston Athletic Association (BAA) has increased the cap this year to allow more runners to run the race, showing their support. With this increase in the […]

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Funding Fitness/Health Innovations – February Edition

Filed in News by Jill on February 24, 2014 2 Comments
Funding Fitness/Health Innovations – February Edition

Crowdsourcing/crowd funding is a fun online trend and it’s bringing lots of cool products to the masses because consumers can vote with their dollars. We love checking out some of these crowdsourcing projects. Some are super useful, some are just laugh-worthy. Here are a few running/fitness related projects we’ve recently discovered. ii Earphones Snap Strap This […]

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Earphone Sound Off [Review]

Filed in Reviews, Running by Emilie on February 14, 2014 1 Comment
Earphone Sound Off [Review]

I seem to attract headphones. Over the past couple months, I’ve accumulated no fewer than three pairs to review, and these are in addition to the ones I already tried out for the RUNiverse (by the way, if anyone wants a pair of Denon Exercise Freak wireless headphones, I happen to know someone who can […]

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MooMotion Apparel [Review]

Filed in Reviews, Running by Emilie on February 13, 2014 0 Comments
MooMotion Apparel [Review]

Recently, MooMotion reached out to the RUNiverse to see if we’d be interested in reviewing an item from their apparel line. All too happy to brighten up my winter running wardrobe, I jumped at the chance. If their website was any indication, I figured the item would be 1) a gorgeous color; 2) a flattering […]

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FitBug Orb [Review]

Filed in Gear by Jill on February 11, 2014 2 Comments
FitBug Orb [Review]

I was recently given the opportunity to test the Fitbug Orb. The accelerometer inside keeps track of all your movements and then data can be sent wirelessly to your smartphone, tablet or computer. Right off the bat I liked the many ways you can wear the device: in a watch-like band, clipped on, on a […]

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Music Monday: New Songs For Your Playlist

Filed in Mental, Running by Chris on February 10, 2014 2 Comments
Music Monday: New Songs For Your Playlist

I’m always looking for new music to add to my playlist. This month, I have some awesome new songs that I can’t stop listening to! Download them today and let me know what you think. To preview or download the song, click the little iTunes or Play icon next your song of choice. Name Artist […]

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Are You Dehydrated? Or: More Pointless Studies

Filed in Running by Emilie on February 7, 2014 0 Comments
Are You Dehydrated? Or: More Pointless Studies

Today in pointless scientific research: Runner’s World is reporting on a recent study done on hydration levels that suggests that (wait for it)…your thirst level in the morning can tell you that you’re thirsty! I know, I know–it’s shocking, right? Who would have thought that if you’re thirsty, you’re probably thirsty?! Okay, yes, I’m being a little […]

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What Are You Dreaming Of?

Filed in Running by Emilie on February 6, 2014 0 Comments
What Are You Dreaming Of?

Here in New York, we’ve been having a pretty rough winter. At the moment, we’re up past our ankles in puddles of disgusting grey slush–the result of a few snowstorms right on top of each other, freezing rain, and a delightful  mix of various urban pollutants. While some sidewalks are relatively clear, many are almost […]

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Brooks Transcend Launch

Filed in Gear by Jill on February 4, 2014 1 Comment
Brooks Transcend Launch

The new Brooks Running Transcend running shoe launched on February 1 and I received an email notice about this launch that included this statement: As the minimalist shoe trend takes a turn back to a traditional running shoe, Brooks Running has created the ultimate cushioned and plush shoe, complete with technologies and features to help […]

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A Second Look at the Hanson Marathon Method

Filed in Motivation, Running by Chris on February 3, 2014 2 Comments
A Second Look at the Hanson Marathon Method

A couple of months ago, I reviewed a book called Hansons Marathon Method: A Renegade Path to your Fastest Marathon. This was a fantastic book, and remains one of my favorites. I learned so much about the physiology that is integral to running fast and/or running long. This book reminded me of how important slow […]

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