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Five Things I Love About Fenix 5

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Five Things I Love Fenix 5

I’ve been using the Garmin Fenix 5 for a little over a month now, and I gotta say I’m loving it! I’ve had one or another Garmin for more than 10 years now, starting with the first bike computer they developed (the Edge 205) and the first running watch (Forerunner 305). Wow, have things changed! Here’s a…

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Runner Spotlight: Sabrina from runningbrina.com

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One of the things I love about running is the community the surrounds it. And living in one the greatest cities in the world, I get t meet and hang out with some really interesting people. One of those people is running coach Sabrina, from runningbrina.com. Check out my Q&A with her to find out…

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Gear Review: Vi Personal Trainer

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Vi Personal Trainer

I got a chance to check out the Vi personal trainer (pronounced “Vee,” not “Vie” like I’ve been doing) – an artificial intelligence (AI) personal coach. It’s an interesting concept and while I’m still getting to know it and become fully immersed, I made a video of my unboxing and first impressions. Check it out…

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Is Runner’s High a Myth?

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I’m sure you heard about it long before you started running, there was some lanky guy or woman in your group of friends who would wax poetic about their awesome long run last weekend, how running helped them think through some problem they were having and the most unlikely one, how when they would run,…

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Garmin Fenix 5 Unboxing

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Garmin Fenix 5 Unboxing

I’ve been waiting for MONTHS! Every day checking the Garmin website waiting for the Fenix 5 to go on sale. But the date kept getting pushed back. So I did what any normal human would do and I finally just checked Google sales to see if anyone had it. Sure enough, MooseJaw.com had three in…

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To Bandit or Not?

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To bandit a race or not It’s a question that I would have thought would divide the running community, but if you look at the comments on my FB page when this question is asked, you’ll see almost all, if not all of the comments are decidedly on one side of the argument. But let’s…

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