Tights Are Right

Steve AnkneyGeneral2 Comments

Making a decision when it comes to finding the right running clothing can be difficult.  You are presented with all different shapes, sizes, colors, and fits.  From a man’s perspective, it only becomes more difficult when you get to the pants.  I decided to go with what is currently the most popular trend in running gear: compression running tights.  I find … Read More

Sketchy Skechers

MeaganGeneral0 Comments

When I was finishing up some last-minute Christmas shopping last week, I was surprised to come across the advertisement featured on the right. It seems that the increased attention and interest being paid to the minimalist running movement has prompted even Skechers to come out with their own version of a minimalist shoe: the Skechers GORun. The shoe appears, at … Read More

Fitbit & Lose It! [UPDATE]

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For all you Fitbit and Lose It! fans out there, I’m happy to report that two-way syncing is now available between your Fitbit and Lose It! accounts. This is a feature that Fitbit had been hinting at for quite some time on their App Gallery, and, last night, the TR Crew was very excited to discover that it has now … Read More

Nike+ GPS [UPDATE]

Steve AnkneyGeneral2 Comments

Just wanted to write a quick post about the recent update to Nike+.  If you haven’t already seen our Nike+ review, please check it out. The update for the Nike+ application to version 3.3 went live on December 19th and, to our surprise and delight, it offers some exciting new features.  The updates are as follows: ★ Updates to improve compatibility … Read More

The Vibram Transition: Chapter 2

MeaganGeneral, Vibram Transition3 Comments

In this post, I present the second chapter in our ongoing series detailing our transition into running in Vibram FiveFingers. Here, I will address the more painful (and, sad to say, self-inflicted) parts of transitioning into minimalist running that Steve and I dealt with while we worked to re-train our feet (and really every other part of our lower body) … Read More

Staying Warm and Staying Minimal

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For those of you who run in Vibram FiveFingers, and, like Meagan and I, are going to attempt to brave the great outdoors this winter by continuing to run outside, this post is for you! Yesterday was a bit of a reality check for both Meagan and I when we headed to Milwaukee to lock down a DJ for our … Read More

Nike + iPod vs. Nike+ GPS

MeaganApplication Reviews, General, Reviews18 Comments

[UPDATE]: To view the most recent Nike+ GPS (now Nike+ Running) app features, check out our post that includes our thoughts on the update and in-app photos! Note that many of the differences between the sensor system and the GPS-based app remain the same as those described in this post. Now there’s just even more features included with the GPS … Read More

The Vibram Transition: Chapter 1

Steve AnkneyGeneral, Vibram Transition0 Comments

Minimalist running is currently making a big splash in the running world, and has been met with a significant amount of both positive and negative feedback. The minimalist running movement is about running in a more natural way, and stems from the belief that human feet are built to run, without the help of heavily-padded running shoes.  Some people run … Read More