Quick compare video between the Garmin forerunner 405 vs 310. Both units have features that are great. I go over the battery life, form factor, usability, data fields, alerts, bezel etc… Find us on Google+
Tips & tricks and lots of gadgets around running is in here.
Just got my 1BandID in the mail and I wanted to do a quick compare review against my RoadID bracelet. Same idea – stainless steel with etched emergency contact information. The Road ID has worked well over the years, even use it when hiking or out during search & rescue training. I don’t always carry […]
This is a quick compare review between a garmin forerunner 110 and a 405. Our local outfitter store, Trail Shop provided me with a demo unit and I ran with the unit for about 20 km which forms the basis of my review. I will use the 405 as the comparison. overall the device […]
Another cold -12C at CFB Shearwater in Eastern passage Nova Scotia for the 2012 edition (Feb 5 2012) of the Hypothermic Half Marathon for the Halifax area runners. This is the second year that the race route has been at CFB Shearwater and along Cow Bay road. Some segments are along sidewalk, but mostly […]
A summary of scenes from the 2011 SSQ Quebec City Marathon (Deux Rives). The 3 day event includes a womens only 5k run (dames de coeur) and the main event is a full slate , 5k, 10k, half marathon and full marathon races. Hurricane Irene made its presence known as the winds & rain […]
The Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon has a variety of events for all fitness levels – walkers or runners. From a 5K run/walk to a Full Marathon, there is something for everyone. Covered the start of the 2011 bluenose marathon, half marathon, 10k & 5k. The start times were all over the place within the […]
Cheered on the crew along the route of the 2011 Running Room hypothermic half matathon. Unlike most years, the race was not in downtown Halifax, but rather at CFB Shearwater. The original route made use of the Salt Marsh trail, but with the snow storms and the fact that the trail was not groomed – […]
Some clips of the valley harvest marathon weekend in wolfville nova scotia. Many first time marathon runner started early but all did very well. Race day weather was 11C with wind gusts over 48 km/h which made the run difficult in certain section of the route. Find us on Google+
I wasn’t able to run this half marathon this year, but I had to get out and cheer on my running buddies, mostly from the Bedford Running Room. The route went along Point Pleasant Park, the waterfront, Pier 21 a few times to end back at Saint Mary’s University.
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