So I like most of you probably have a cupboard full of water bottles.<br>
I have tried freezing my fluids to keep them cold for the longer rides.<br>
Well that just doesn't seem to be working. The fluids are still melted and already progressing to warm or hot after an hour or so on...
50+ milers without a crew<br><br>
I am trying to figure out how to not need a drop bag for nutrition and carry everything I will need for 50M-100k races.<br><br>
I would like to avoid doing anything but filling up a hand held(s) at aide stations<br><br>
2 things: 1) A waist pack that is easy to...
I am having a hard time finding a bottle carrier that doesnt bounce all over and make me feel like <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.kickrunners.com/forum/images/smilies/puke.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="puke"> over 10 miles. i have tried a single bottle fuel...
I am looking at a new pack. I am kind of tall just about 6'2" so most are too short. The camelback fourteener looks Ok and it seems to be long enough. I know Golight has sized packs but I would have to order that blind they only retail in Colorado!
I need more liquids than the handhelds get me. Any gear reviews or opinions would help me decide on a pruduct. And I'm small framed, so I'd like to hear from women on the shorter side and what works for them.
Two questions about the subject above - 1. gaterade vs. accelerade, and 2. amount<br><br>
1. I have been taking gaterade during training runs simply because that is what many races offer. However, for the last 2 or 3 long and med. long runs, I took accelerade and it seemed that I was...
Ok, how about an actual training thread?<br><br>
Who practices good hydration during winter long runs? I am guilty of leaving the water bottle at home. My longest runs since it turned cold have been 2 hours. I am pretty thirsty when I get home from those, and have told myself, anything longer...
<a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/05/fashion/05Physical.html?_r=1&ref=health&oref=slogin" target="_blank">A NYT article about waist hydration packs..</a><br><br>
The article is short, click on the pics for the reviews.