The Garmin Forerunner 735XT has all the multisport features you would expect from a triathlon watch, which takes all the best bits from the Forerunner 920XT and packaged into something smaller but is the Garmin FR735XT any good? Read our review of the Garmin Forerunner 735XT to find out.
If you are looking for a fitness wearable, then the Polar M400 may be just what you are seeking. The m400 watch is a highly functional GPS watch designed for runners. At under $180 at the time of writing, the Polar M400 is also a fraction of the cost of most higher-end GPS running watches. Read more for our review of the Polar M400.
The Garmin Forerunner 630 has advanced running analytics, access to Garmin Connect IQ and smart watch inspired features all for the price tag of $399.99 at the time of writing. It’s a high price for to pay but is Garmin’s most advanced specific running watch any good? Read on for our review of the Garmin Forerunner 630.
The Garmin Vivoactive is a GPS tracking device that has the look and feel of a smart watch and is designed as a cross between Garmin’s mid-range watches such as the Forerunner 220 and the Vivofit models. But is the Garmin Vivoactive any good? Read on for our review of the Garmin Vivoactive.
The Garmin Forerunner 235 is an excellent running watch for running enthusiasts. It has all the features that a serious runner could ask for. It, of course, has GPS tracking to measure your distance and pace while you are on a run. A great feature is the optical heart rate monitor included in the watch. The watch can also track your activity like steps and calories burned. Read on for the Garmin Forerunner 235 review.
The Garmin Fenix 3 is known to be an action packed multisport GPS watch. If you are all about the extreme sports, and you want a device that can track more than your morning run, then look no further than this one. The Garmin Fenix 3 GPS watch can track swimming, skiing, running and even some gym exercises. Read more for our Garmin Fenix 3 review.
With winter fast approaching, the idea of going running during those cold days and nights may not be very appealing. The last thing that you want is to give up on your regular exercise routine. So how can you get through the winter season, without freezing to death? Read on for our top 10 tips for cold weather running.
You may think that shopping for running shoes is as simple as walking into the store and grabbing a pair. But the truth of the matter is that running shoes are not created equal. In fact, there are a lot of inadequate running shoes out there, and you want to make sure that those aren’t the ones that you purchase. Read on for five tips to selecting the best running shoes.
Epson has frequently been introducing new watch models to the market in the last year. It’s a company that is normally known for its printers but don’t let that steer you away. They are also part of the Seiko Epson group, which is all about its watches. So now it makes a little more sense that they are into smart watches. The RunSense SF-810B is a high-end watch that runs about $299.99. Read on for the Epson RunSense SF-810B Review.
You may be thinking why you would want to go running and be bombarded by zombies with phones? But that’s not the case at all; running can be made more fun by playing Pokémon GO. It’s a very popular reality game that causes people to wander throughout their neighbourhoods in search of digital creatures to capture inside of Poke Balls. You can get these at PokeStops throughout your city. Read on for our 10 tips on how to become a better Pokemon Go Runner.
Being a runner can sometimes have its perks. You get to do a workout while being out there, one with nature. It can be about exploring new things if you like to run in the park or through a forest. It might be a comforting venture if you enjoy taking the same route every day through your neighborhood. Everyone has a favorite place to go while they run. Read on for the 10 funny running stories