Summer is coming.
It is that time of year again for people to hit the trails and tracks in preparation for trips to the beach and parties by the pool.
Running has been and always will be one of the best ways to get rid of those love handles you packed on during the winter, especially a Covid-19 quarantine winter.
Ever since the release of the smart phones and Bluetooth speakers, hardly anyone runs without music to jam to. With that being said, where do the majority of people place their phone while running? That is a good question. If you survey 100 runners in the US, you will probably get somewhere around 20 different answers. From the classic a hydration pack to the new trendy fanny pack for your chest.
We are at no shortage in carry-ology. The question is, which method is the best? In this post we are going to break down the best methods for you to carry your phone while running.
Best Way to Carry Phone While Running
This is not just one person’s opinion. Our list is a culmination of many runners from all different climates. To make it easy for you, we listed the top 5 most common ways to carry your phone while running from best to least favorable. We also gave you some insight as to why we ranked each method
with pros and cons. Therefore, you can make your own educated purchase on how to solve your phone transport problem.
In the past couple of months, the world has been changed with the coronavirus outbreak and some people couldn’t even go for their regular training routines.
Obviously, we cannot live like this forever, and it is time to get back in shape and continue running. With the use of modern technology, running is unlike anything before. There are many businesses that offer gizmos and gadgets that help runners run more efficiently and keep track of their instant health situation.
In this article, we will go through some of the essential gadgets you could use to improve your performance and result.
Clinician Vladimir Janda, famous for his lifetime of work treating muscular pathologies, describes K tape’s function as applying moderately contractile tape over the affected muscle, joint or soft tissue. This appears to cause gentle, passive, and constant contraction tension of the epidermis (have a look at the illustration below to better understand this concept). This affects muscle strength (Murray 2000) and can change blood flow in the taped muscle of injured subjects (Kase and Hashimoto 1998).
Don't worry, I'm just teasing you! I believe industrial advances have made running a better and more enjoyable sport for thousands of people. Technology has made running a personality trait where you can customise every last detail of your appearance and use products that are adaptable to your own running style. And we all love adding our own personal touch to our running apparel! So, in this article, we'll be going through the products that have stood the test of time, have the best reviews and are generally loved by the running community!