Post-Race Pumpkin Pancakes

The month of October brought us crisp days, beautiful foliage and plenty of jack-o-lantern fun. We enjoy carving pumpkins as much as the next guy, and when it comes to … Continue Reading →

Be Seen With Hi-Viz Accessories

Cold-weather jacket? Check. Waterproof shoes? Check. You’re almost ready for winter, but what about a few high visibility accessories? Many runners forget about hi-viz accessories when sunlight hours start decreasing, … Continue Reading →

Keep Your Hands Toasty with Gloves and Mittens

If you get real winters (you know, snow to shovel, temperatures that drop below freezing), then gloves are a necessity on your runs to ward off frostbite. But even if … Continue Reading →

Garmin Forerunner 10

The Garmin Forerunner 10 (MSRP $129.99) is the newest addition to the Garmin lineup. This sleek and simple GPS watch is a great choice for runners who enjoy their gadgets … Continue Reading →

Great Gear Guide: Winter Running Jackets

Introducing the Great Gear Guide, Running Warehouse’s rundown of some top choices in running gear. First up: winter running jackets. What do you need to keep your runs comfortable in … Continue Reading →

How to Choose a Headlamp

It’s late October, and many of you are already logging early am or post-work miles in the dark. If you’re planning to keep your runs going strong even though you … Continue Reading →

Two New Ways to be Seen This Winter

If this were a trashy pop culture blog (we’re trying so hard to resist), this post would be all about being seen in the latest fashions as you strut your … Continue Reading →

Quinoa: Breakfast Sets a New PR

We’re sure you enjoy your a.m. oatmeal, but sometimes it gets a little tiresome to wake up to plain ol’ oats day in and day out. Recently we’ve been mixing … Continue Reading →

Nike Shield: Attack the Elements

Winter is a comin’. And it’s bringing with it shorter days and cold wet weather. We’re not going to let this get in the way of our training, and we … Continue Reading →

A Brief Photo History of Track Spikes

The first track spikes date back to the 1850’s. They were made by runners looking to increase traction on dirt tracks. The first ‘spikes’ consisted of little more than nails … Continue Reading →

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