Monday, July 10, 2006

Best geo-training aid

Bones in Motion is an alternative to Nike/iPod training aid. With a Nextel/Sprint GPS mobile phone you can get a training edge with personal feedback during your activity; effortlessly save your activities and share them with friends.... Very simple to use, BiM Active software turns a GPS phone into your personal fitness monitor.

If BIMactive doen't support your mobile phone carreir (like me); you can sign up for a free online account. It's been mashed-up with google maps, and tracing training routes is a snap. i really like this concept and will start using it to track my marathon training

Sunday, June 18, 2006

Running socks

Nike Elite Running Sock
DeFeet Cush 3-D™ with Low cuff
Thurolo Crew Medium-Protectionlevel 3
Wrightsock Double Layer™with Coolmesh®
Wigam Performance Quarter

see a product test @ http://www.running4women.com/products.php?article_id=83

Friday, June 16, 2006

running shirts are important; but custom come on...















if you're complete mad about making a unique impression, maybe you should get a bunch of custom running (yes those that wick the sweat away) made for you by runningbanana.com. I found running banana from Mark at a Passion for Running.

Its seems that most shirts are under $40...

Thursday, June 08, 2006

Nipple gaurds for men: What?

Not being a runner, I didn't think running could harm to male's nipples. I'm told that women's sports bras protect them. Well story after story of bloody nipples...and I started to scour the web for nipple guards (besides flexible band aids).

Wow...NipGaurds, orginally posted by i-run.com.

NipGuard feature:
  • Protective outer layer stays on to create the nipple cavity and also to help prevent resistance with the shirt.
  • Protective nipple cavity shields the tip of the nipple from chaffing and abrasion
  • Medically safe adhesive endures long runs and all weather conditions, yet still easy to remove after your workout.
Individual Runner’s Pack = 10 pairs in a convenient neon green tube for $8.95, plus shipping

Runner’s Club Pack = 100 pairs individually wrapped for $84.95, plus shipping

Monday, June 05, 2006

Cool Running

Cool Running is a complete online resource for runners of all ability. Its a portal with information, services and tools for the running community.

Cool Running has been online since 1995, making it the longest-running commercial site dedicated to our sport. Our mission is simple: to provide the information necessary to satisfy every aspect of the running life for every runner and running organization.

Our offering

  • Comprehensive event information.
  • Up-to-the-minute running news.
  • Authoritative training information.
  • Interactive tools and resources.
  • Thriving community.


Sunday, May 28, 2006

A word on adidas

adidas, one of my favorite shoe manufacturers, as a kid growing up playing soccer has 5 watches. 5 watches from $85-$165 where none look like nor have features of running watches. oh well, cross this one off of the list

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Very cool - Nike running with Apple






The new question might be "What's on your Nike?"

Nike Inc. (NYSE: NKE), which is based near Beaverton, Ore., and Apple Computer Inc. (NASDAQ: APPL), which is based in Cupertino, on Tuesday announced a partnership to connect an iPod Nano to footwear.

The first product developed through the partnership is the Nike+iPod Sport Kit, a wireless system that allows Nike+ footwear to "talk" with an iPod Nano to connect a runner with a personal running and workout experience.

Nike CEO Mark Parker and Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled Nike+iPod at an event in New York attended by seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong and marathon world record-holder Paula Radcliffe.

The new Nike+ Air Zoom Moire is the first footwear designed to communicate with the iPod. With the Nike+ footwear connected to iPod Nano through the Nike+iPod Sport Kit, information on time, distance, calories burned and pace is stored on iPod and displayed on the screen; real-time audible feedback also is provided through headphones. The kit includes an in-shoe sensor and a receiver that attaches to the iPod. A new Nike Sport Music section is on the iTunes Music Store and there is a new nikeplus.com personal service site.

The Nike+iPod Sport Kit, which works with Macintosh and Window PCs, is expected to be available within 60 days for a suggested retail price of $29 through the Apple Store, Apple's retail stores, Apple authorized resellers as well as Nike.com, Niketown, NikeWomen stores and select retail stores in the United States.

The Portland Business Journal