June 19 2017
Researchers from Seattle Pacific University say stroller runners should push with both hands to be energy efficient.
Not only does this wind- and water-resistant hooded jacket protect you from wintry weather, it's contrasting geometric pattern reflects oncoming headlights for "shine bright like a diamond" visibility. —Allison Pattillo, contributing gear editor
I had never tried Under Armour running shoes before, but the second I put these on, my feet felt like they were running on clouds! I loved how much cushion and support these shoes gave me, without making the sole look too thick. —Nicole Christenson, marketing manager
These capris give a whole new meaning to sweat in style. I love how these leggings hug my curves and elongate my legs. The wide waistband is extremely flattering; no muffin top in these pants, ladies. Just love how they feel on. —Fara Rosenzweig, contributing writer
Night runs mean no light at 5 p.m., so this headlamp is perfect for group runs on Monday nights. The light is almost obnoxiously bright, perfect for oncoming traffic or just lighting the way in front of your feet. Plus I'm surrounded by Ragnar fiends, so they enjoy borrowing it too! —Caitlyn Pilkington, web editor
Studies show that drinking beet juice on the regular improves running performace. While the idea of a little leg up is always nice, to be honest, I love this cold-pressed beverage for it's not-too-sweet, not-too-vegetable-like taste. Apple, cucumber, romaine and dandelion combine with the red root to create a light, crisp elixir. —Jessie Sebor, editor in chief