Nike GPS Watch Breaks, Locks Up Your Running Data Forever

Nike GPS Watch Breaks, Locks Up Your Running Data Forever

Jose doesn’t want a free replacement for his out-of-warranty Nike GPS watch. He doesn’t even want a free repair. He just wishes that the company would offer in-house repair options for the device, which he paid $160 for. His watch has what looks like a hardware issue, but he can’t be sure. His run data is locked up on the watch, and he can’t get it out. The only option is a third-party service that charges $12 just to look at the watch. [More]

Steps To Take Before You Start Running

Steps To Take Before You Start Running

So you’ve plumped up over the holidays and have decided you’re going to jog off the flab. Bear in mind that there’s more to starting your new career as a runner than just lacing up your cross trainers and scampering in circles around the neighborhood. Rush into the hobby the same way you did that pecan pie on Sunday and you could burn yourself out. [More]

Steps You'll Need To Take To Train For A Marathon

Steps You'll Need To Take To Train For A Marathon

The act of completing a marathon is a towering physical achievement you’ll be able to humblebrag about the rest of your life, but it’s not something you can just go out and do unless you’re in solid physical shape. (Excluding those who walk marathons and take half a day to finish.) [More]

Nike Customers Angry After Woman With Fastest Time Doesn't "Win" Marathon

Nike Customers Angry After Woman With Fastest Time Doesn't "Win" Marathon

There’s a bit of a backlash brewing against Nike after the woman with the fastest time in the Nike Women’s Marathon wasn’t declared “the winner” because she wasn’t among the elite group of marathon runners who start separately from the rest of the pack.

Video of iPod Nike Shoe in Action

Here’s an ad explaining how the crazy hooking up an iPod nano to your Nike running shoe works. Pretty f’n cool. It seems like your nano will speak to you and tell you how far you’ve run, how far you have to go, how long you ran, etc. You can then redock your nano and track all your progress on the computer.

Product Review: Adidas A3 Epic Men’s Runner

Product Review: Adidas A3 Epic Men’s Runner

Practice what you preach. So we bought a pair of Adidas M3 running shoes at our own Morning Deals suggestion, only $44.90 at Amazon (sold out). We found comparible versions $55 and up at Shopzilla.