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This watch is one of my favorite running devices. I wear it everywhere. In the pool, snowboarding, in the shower. I have owned this watch for over two years...it doesn't fail!
Huma Energy Gels
These are my favorite energy gels. They provide a good boost of energy on your long runs plus they are as close to natural ingredients as you can get in an energy gel. They are also gluten free and vegan friendly.
This can literally save your skin when you have a lot of miles to cover. I wear this every run over 8 miles. Apply to inner thighs and other areas where the chafe might rear its red rash.
If there were a perfect sock this would be it. I have been wearing these socks for over four years. No sweaty feet and no blisters. Enough said.
Nothing beats an ice cold drink after a hard run. YETIS are the most durable cooler on the market!
Tough Head wear Helmet Liner Skull Cap
This is my go to skull cap for cold winter running. It easily wicks away sweat and is easily collapsible and stored in your pocket.
Compression Socks (Mens/Womens)
I ran my 12th half marathon with compression socks. The compression socks actually did help my calf muscles feel less sore. I wore them for the remainder of the day.
Compression Socks (Womens)
These compression socks tend to be much more widely popular with women.
I use this as my journal for running goals, life goals, and my gratitude journal. These are referred to as BuJos (Bullet Journals). I use this everyday!
Staedtler Ink Pens
These pens don't bleed and don't dry out. I use these to write in my bullet journal listed above. I've had the same set for over 2 years and they still haven't run out of ink.
This is my 6th pair of locklaces. As soon as I buy a new pair of running shoes I purchase new locklaces. Don't ever let a run go south because of your shoe laces.
These gloves help keep my hands warm in the winter time. They are inexpensive and do the trick.
This was my original go to hydration pack for running. It sits up high on the back and you don't even know it's there. The CamelBak circuit also has to front storage pouches for your chews, energy gels, or Gatorades.
For all of you hardcore data trackers, your best bet is to strap on a Heart Rate Monitor (HRM). Garmin makes pretty close to the best HRM for the price. HRMs are more accurate at tracking your heart rate during exercise when compared to a smartwatch.