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Hill People Gear Snubby Kit Bag Review
Over the last couple-few years I haven't gone for a run without wearing my Hill People Gear Snubby Kit Bag on my chest. For me, it's how I like to carry my personal stuff when I am on a run, race, or jog.
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My favorite indoor rowing trou shorts just arrived from Concept2
UPDATE: I have indeed blown through a pair of these cotton rowing trou, just as I had feared. They blew out when I was sitting down for an indoor row.
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My favorite running shoe is still Saucony Jazz
No matter what I try I always fall back in love with my Saucony Jazz Original running shoes. That's not true, actually. I started off only running in Nike Pegasus running shoes--The Original Nike Pegasus to be exact--back in middle school. The original Nike Pegasus bears a striking likeness to Saucony Jazz Originals.
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My recommendation for indoor rower rowing shorts for erging on the Concept2
I've put a lot of meters onto my PM5-updated twenty-year-old Model C Concept2 indoor rowing machine. While you can, and should, row in whatever shorts you have on—even pantsless if you own your own erg—there are some better solutions. 
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SpyderGrip Green Lynx 2.0 Review
I bought this SpyderGrip Green Lynx 2.0 over a year ago, I think, but haven't used it much because I didn't think it could carry that much. Tonight, however, I checked it out and I was easily able to fit my Samsung S6 Active into the neoprene pouch.
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Start preparing for the Concept2 Holiday Challenge today
Unlike most Concept2 Challenges, the Holiday Challenge demands a lot from us from the very beginning: 6,451.61 meters-per-day, on average, to accumulate 200,000 meters over the 31-day Concept2 Holiday Challenge—which is a lot if you're not used to high-mileage rowing. But you can do it!
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Threw away my Hoka One One Bondi 4s because of excessive sole wear rendering them unwearable and unusable
I just dropped my bought-from-new Hoka One One Bondi 4 running shoes into the garbage. They're unwearable.
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Why men shouldn't stop running
For those of us who aren't naturally as smooth as a dolphin or who aren't religious about their waxing or manscaping, it takes a couple days of running for all the hair in your running shorts to be brutally torn out by the roots; after which, it's all smooth sailing.
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Why should big, tall, chubby, fluffy, heavyset, and fat athletes wear rowing unisuits and wrestling singlets during their workouts?
UPDATE: both my boathouse, PBC, and I have mostly switched out allegiance from JL to Boathouse for their amazing rowing unisuits, which are much stretchier and forgiving and seamless and, while maybe less durable (we shall see) are quicker to dry and seem to be much more stretchy with a very generous sizing (the 2XL from Boathouse is much more forgiving and comfortable than the 2XL from JLAthletics). I still order my trou from JL, however, and their erging trou are legacy trou and will outlive me, they're sure well-made, thick, and durable (though I don't think they make them any longer—they even had a pocket!)
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