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Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37

30 Oct , 2020 Reviews,Sports

Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37

Nothing but forward momentum. This is the simple summation I would use to describe this release of the Zoom Pegasus and the cumulative effort by Nike to improve this shoe over the last five years. Forward thinking design, forward thinking technology, and forward thinking performance. This is truly a runner’s shoe. I am not asserting that it is perfect, but that it really puts runners needs first and foremost and the payoff is overall impressive.

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Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2 Review

15 May , 2020 Lifestyle,Reviews,Sports

Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2 Review

I said in an earlier review of the first version of this shoe, that the Zoom Pegasus Turbo may be the best shoe I have ever owned. That feeling has now been cemented. The exhaustive Research & Development that Nike puts into its products really shines in this release. Everything about this shoe is better than the previous release. I was really looking forward to running in these when spring rolled around. Then the world was told to stay indoors. To be fair, you could still go for runs in a generally safe manner; but, my overly cautious self kept my running to indoors. We actually got a treadmill to make it easy to maintain a fitness routine. I will have a review of that equipment in another post.

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Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2018 Shoe Review

4 Sep , 2018 Lifestyle,Reviews,Sports

Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2018 Shoe Review

It’s been a while since I have posted a shoe review. This delay was due to a couple of reasons. Prior to this purchase, I adopted the approach of using two shoes at a time which meant it took longer to reach 360 miles of use on each shoe. I also scaled back my total running volume and frequency. Regardless, I hit over 700 miles on my On Cloud X and Nike Zoom Pegasus 34’s that I reviewed previously. I loved the Pegasus line and decided to go with another pair of Nikes.

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Spring Shoe Selection

24 Mar , 2014 Lifestyle,Reviews,Sports

Spring Shoe Selection

I have eclipsed 360 miles on my New Balance Minimus V20’s and that means it is time to pick up a new pair of running shoes. I have narrowed the field down to three choices. I am debating between the Under Armour SpeedForm RC Running Shoe, 2014 Nike Free 3.0 with FlyKnit, or the 2014 New Balance Minimus Zero V2. I have earlier experience with the Nike and New Balance shoes but the Under Armour are a gamble. Especially coming from the drama involving them and the US Olympic Speed Skating team at the Sochi Olympics. Though I blame most of that performance on the team and not Under Armour.

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Garmin 910 XT Watch Review

28 Oct , 2013 281.2,500K,70.3,IronMan,Reviews,Sports,Technology

Garmin 910 XT Watch Review

“The 910XT sports a slim profile and comfortable wristband. Easy-to-read display with customizable fields — show 1-4 data points per screen on up to four pages. The new Virtual Racer™ feature lets you race your previous bests or an activity from another user and accounts for varying speeds and real-time conditions. Or try the Virtual Partner® feature to see how you measure up to a static pace. The auto multisport feature lets you switch sport modes with a button press, so you don’t lose precious seconds in transition. Automatically transfers a completed activity to your Mac® or PC when in range. Analyze your workout later at Garmin Connect™. For those who want to take their bike training to the next level, the 910XT is compatible with ANT+™ power meters, like Vector™, Garmin’s pedal-based
power meter.”

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