Just a few of my favorite items I use daily (affiliate links included).
One day I'd like to upgrade to a newer style, but this suits every need I have right now. Effective, lightweight and comfortable.
Love all these Nike, Adidas and Under Armour shorts. I don't have a particular running tight or capri that I love, any recommendations would be great.
Just a couple of favorite's in the Asics and Brooks line.
The following 2 water bottles are the only 2 that have never leaked. The best I've ever used and continually stick with them. Larger water bottle cup holder adapter.
Goodr Running Sunglasses. Best affordable glasses hands down. My review on them.
Hands down the best earbuds ever. Don't even notice them there. Comfortable but the best part is, they stay put for the whole run or workout. And one inexpensive bluetooth option.
This roller stick is perfect. Does what it's supposed to. Easy to maneuver and inexpensive.
I only use this on race day. It's awesome to carry my keys, debit card or money and my phone for music to free up my hands. I used to carry all that stuff. It appears this particular one is currently unavailable. Hopefully they get it back soon.
This jump rope has made a big impact on my even using a jump rope. They used to just piss me off, this has solved all issue. No tangles, spins great, very sleek and lightweight.
Sand bag for weight. Little different than traditional weights but I really like this for variety.
BOOKS & Videos
The Complete Runner's Day by Day Log 2018 Calendar by Marty Jerome (This running log/calendar features spiral-bound pages and includes tips, quotes, full-color photographs, lots of space for recording times, miles, and notes, and Marty Jerome's insightful monthly essays).
Fitness & Exercise Motivation by James Atkinson (my review)
Health & Fitness Tips That Will Change Your Life by James Atkinson (my review)
Thinner in 30: Small Changes That Add Up To Big Weight Loss In Just 30 Days by Jenna Wolfe
Running Like A Girl: Notes on Learning to Run by Alexandra Heminsley
22 minute Hard Corps and Special Ops by Tony Horton