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Review: Wright Sock for Running

Review: Wright Sock for Running

There are more varieties of the Wright Sock than I care to mention these days, so I’ll stick to the core product – the original WrightSock Anti-Blister Double Layer Running Lo-Quarter Sock. (Try saying that three times fast after five ...

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Review: BluBlocker Viper Sunglasses

Review: BluBlocker Viper Sunglasses

When you run in the heat, you usually run in the sun. Over the years I’ve owned a dozen different pairs of sunglasses, but for the last six or seven I haven’t deviated from my faithful BluBlockers. . Yep. BluBlockers. ...

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Review: Fuel Belt ‘Terminator’ 48oz Hydration System

Review: Fuel Belt ‘Terminator’ 48oz Hydration System

Running in the heat is hard enough without having to carry your own water. But if you’re ever heading off the road and away from car support, that’s exactly what you’ll have to do. And since you will want to ...

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Welcome to HeatRunning.com

Welcome to HeatRunning.com

Heat Running is a free resource devoted to offering high quality safety tips and advice on how to get the most out of your hot weather running experience. The site is not-for-profit, although having a few ads helps to offset ...

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Review: Thermoworks ThermaPen

Review: Thermoworks ThermaPen

In my quest for an ultra-accurate thermometer for use in extreme conditions, I finally discovered the ThermaPen. With a range from -58F to 572F, it promised to endure long after I expired pathetically on the pavement, and it was advertised ...

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Review: Nike Hydration Belt

Review: Nike Hydration Belt

The Hydration Belt is a great concept. Four water bottles containing a total of 24oz of liquid; a padded belt; a decent pocket for keys or a cellphone; and reflective strips to keep you safe. . As I say, a ...

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Celebrating Death Valley Jack

Celebrating Death Valley Jack

Jen and I crewed for “Death Valley Jack” Denness at the Badwater Ultra in 2004. Jack was 68 years old at the time, and would go on to complete two more Badwaters, becoming the first septuagenarian – and possibly the ...

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Heat Training: Assume The Worst

Heat Training: Assume The Worst

The greatest mistake you can make when running (or otherwise exercising) in extreme heat is to be optimistic, confident or nonchalant. . The moment you believe that this is no big deal, is the moment you’re in danger – even ...

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