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9 �Must-Have� Running Gear
Nowadays, there are gazillions of running gear. What we don�t know is how to choose the correct running gear for activities and when to properly use it. Choosing what you want to wear rely heavily on your personality. It doesn�t have to be expensive or specific though it�s best to have an idea to set apart what you need from what you want and to associate it accordingly to the correct timing and weather conditions. The list shows what you must have during a run.
Running Gear #1 - Shoes; the main purpose of wearing running shoes is to protect you from serious joint injury. The impact derived from running has a triple force effect to your body, that�s why shoes are made with shock materials and cushion to protect your legs that can lead to injuries and others. Choose a pair that fits your feet comfortably, the surface you�ll be running on and the needed support of your feet structure.
Running Gear #2 - Shorts or pants; it could still be of any color and style but the most comfortable type would be of nylon made material called Supplex. It minimizes rubbing and it�s also considered a wicking material to prevent chafing and friction.
Running Gear #3 - Sports bra for women; It is recommended for women to always wear a chest support. A well-fitting sports bra with the right size prevents breast movement especially in running since there�s a lot of impacted force from your feet to your legs. If not, serious damage to the ligaments on the breast may cause sagging permanently.
Running Gear #4 - Socks and your running shoes must always be a pair. Although many foot socks are out today, it�s most comforting to use the type that keeps your feet dry and supported. Find a double layer socks to prevent friction that leads to blisters. There are also those that are cushioned around the heel and ball.
Running Gear #5 - Sunglasses; a run on a sunny day increases your exposure to harmful rays of the sun. It�s advisable to run in the shade. Also, if direct sunlight exposure can�t be avoided, wear a sunglass to filter UVA and UVB rays.
Running Gear #6 - Caps or sunvisors; similar to sunglasses, it�s advisable to wear a cap or sunvisor whenever you�re out running on a sunny day. It prevents your skin from being exposed to direct heat of the sun and harmful UV rays.
Running Gear #7 - Jacket or during the cold weather, it�s always a must to wear a jacket to prevent chills or possible frostbite. Don�t expose any skin out in the cold. For facial features such as the nose and lips, dab on petroleum jelly for protection.
Running Gear #8 - Heat and Cold Gear; specifically called UnderArmour� gears to prevent both increasing and decreasing body temperatures. Wear a Heat Gear to keep you extremely dry while the Cold Gear glove for example, is best during the cold season.
Running Gear #9 - Reflective gear; it�s not recommended to run at night, dawn or dusk. If it can�t be avoided, wear a reflective material.
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