Meet the Salming Elements 2-- an updated trail running shoe that might make the top of your OCR wishlist this year.
The world’s toughest shoe for the world’s toughest muddy mountain runs and obstacle course races. Revolutionary graphene-enhanced rubber and fearsome 8mm studs deliver the world’s toughest grip over soft and wet ground. Upper materials give high levels of durability and breathability to a shoe weighing just 260g. The MUDCLAW G 260 - Designed to make light work of all tough mud.
Are you training and racing through the Polar Vortex? Mud Run Guide checks out BleggMits 2.0. The updated version helps your hands stay dryer and warmer longer without compromising performance.
I'm the type of guy who gets a box of shoes in the mail and "tests" them out in a marathon, so why would it be any different when I received 3 pairs of Inov-8 the day before 12 days of events and travel from Phoenix to Paris? #reallifetesting
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I enjoy training with weights and Harbinger Big Grip Bar Grips allow me to really focus my strength training by making it progressive and specific. Before we get too deep into training theory, let’s talk about the product and why you may want to incorporate them into your training.
Spartan Racer Brian "Iron Heart" Boyle not only survived a near-fatal car accident at the age of eighteen but clawed back to cross the finish line at the 2007 Hawaii Ironman just three years later. In 2009, he published his first book, Iron Heart, and was presented the spokesperson of the year award from the American Red Cross for his contributions, Swim Bark, Run! is his first kid's book fostering the love of endurance sports.
So, something new happened. I was asked to review some performance apparel from MudGear. Not being the typical premier OCR athlete that would review gear, I tried to think of the best possible way to really put this gear through its paces.