There’s nothing more refreshing than gulping down water—and then splashing it all over our red faces—during a hot and humid run in the summer. Having water on hand is a must to prevent dehydration. But what about during those winter workouts? Is it still possible to be at risk for dehydration? Winter dehydration is real.
After a few half marathons under my belt, it was hydration belts that were my go-to for my water and storage needs. I had gotten my toes wet with a running pack with bladder, but it wasn’t until I started using a hydration vest that I was fully converted. I decided to ditch my running
Hitting the trails for a mid- to long-distance run means having hydration on hand as well as other gear that might be needed. For this runner, this means going hands-free which is why I am a huge fan of hydration belts. And lately, I cannot even go for a short walk or run without taking
After anxiously checking the mailbox every day in anticipation, my favorite time of the month has arrived—the day my StrideBox arrives. StrideBox is honestly the best thing I have ever ordered as a runner because I get to try out new products that I would have otherwise not have uncovered. As tore open the
Runners should make sure they are properly hydrated before, during, and after their runs. While chugging down high-quality H2O is easy to do both before and after, I often find myself irritated by carrying a water bottle with me during those long and hot runs. Wanting to be hands free was always wishful thinking—that is