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    Heart Rate or Not & Why?

    Many runners want to know their time or progress during and after their race or training day, but nowadays our running GPS watches are so advanced it’s difficult to know what features are the best

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    The Great Outdoors: Therapy for Mind, Body & Soul

    Now that the warmer weather is upon us, we can begin to take our daily activities outside. That means tennis, running, biking and daily walking can be enjoyed out in the sun or in the

  • Functional Fitness

    A Better Way to Workout

    Lately there has been a shift in the world of fitness that speaks volumes about how we’ve changed as individuals. We are gravitating towards more functional movements that directly correlate to our daily lives. Now

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    Inov-8 F-Lite 250 Training Shoes Review

    When I step into the gym I intend to work and work hard. I come in with the hope that everything goes according to plan, but that doesn’t always happen. For me to stay confident,

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    Hoka One One Clayton: Great Spring Shoes

    Hoka One One has branched out with some very different products this year, one of which I’ve had the chance to take out for a spin. The Hoka One One Clayton is by far my favorite adaptation

New Mizuno Running Shoes

Just in Time for Nicer Weather… New Mizuno Running Shoes Inspire You to Get Outside

“We want to inspire people to get outside,” said Mizuno Mid-Atlantic Territory Manager Dave Patterson. Dave stopped by the Holabird Sports showroom to bring us some updated goodies, including improved fits, new colors and a lot of bagels. He said Mizuno is in the business of helping you become “a better person” by getting active [...]

March 11, 2014 Kandice Wilson Running 0
Under Armour Speedform Apollo review

WATCH: Under Armour Speedform Apollo Shoe Review

Just recently, Under Armour introduced the latest shoe in the Speedform line: the Speedform Apollo. This latest offering from Under Armour offers the extraordinarily light ride and crisp responsiveness of a performance model, while still offering enough cushioning to be used as an every day trainer. In the upper, Under Armour maintained the theme of [...]

March 10, 2014 Greg Jubb Running 0
ON Cloud running shoe review

The On Cloud: The Go-to Training Shoe for the 2012 Olympic Triathlon Champion

On has fused a fully functional performance running shoe with a sleek lifestyle aesthetic to birth their brand new model, the Cloud. The On Cloud weighs in at 5.8 ounces and offers a 6mm heel-to-drop. “It’s the lightest well-cushioned shoe on the market,” noted On Technical Representative Mike Robinson. “It’s the go-to training shoe for [...]

March 7, 2014 Greg Jubb Running 0
Suunto GPS Watches

Suunto in the Movies & Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse

Suunto is one of the coolest sport watches around. Complete with built-in altimeter, barometer and compass, the Suunto Vector is perfect for almost any outdoor activity. In 1936, Finnish orienteer Tuomas Vohlonen founded Suunto. (For those of you who don’t know, orienteering refers to sports which require navigational skills and using a map and compass [...]

March 5, 2014 Cara Bruce Running 0
Milestone Pod

Milestone Pod: The Easiest Way to Track Your Run

Tracking data about your run–be it pace, distance, or time–has always required the use of a GPS watch, smart phone, or computer. The Milestone Pod is changing that. The Milestone Pod is a small device that not only tells you how many miles you have logged in your trainers, but also tracks important info about [...]

March 3, 2014 Greg Jubb Running 2
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What a Blast: Under Armour Speedform Apollo Review

As I took my brisk walk through the I.D. checkpoint at the U.S. Naval Academy, I had no idea that I’d wind up feeling just as energized after my run as before. I have to be honest, over the last few years, I have not been impressed with the selection of running shoes provided by [...]

February 28, 2014 Cathy Kerns Running 0
Del Potro’s Bad Breaks and How Luck Can Change the Game

Del Potro’s Bad Breaks and How Luck Can Change the Game

In 2009, Juan Martin del Potro had his coming out party in New York when he upset Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer back-to-back to capture his first—and only—Major title.  Del Potro finished the year ranked #5 in the world and seemed poised to enter the conversation as a consistent Grand Slam contender.  Unfortunately, an injury [...]

February 27, 2014 Ryan Woodring Tennis 0
ON Running Shoes

Are the New ON Cloud the Lightest & Most Cushioned Shoes on the Market?

If you thought the look of ON running shoes was already revolutionary, take a look at the new addition to their line-up—the ON Cloud. ON Technical Rep Mike Robinson called them the “lightest well cushioned shoe on the market.” With no midsole, the EVA outsole is connected directly to the Speedboard which supports a natural [...]

February 25, 2014 Kandice Wilson Running 0
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Holabird Sports Curling Team

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February 24, 2014 Holabird Sports Holabird Sports 0
Nike Lunar Ballistec

WATCH: Nike Lunar Ballistic Tennis Shoe Review

More flexible in the forefoot and two ounces lighter, the new Nike Lunar Ballistec Tennis Shoe is an exciting update. You get the best features from the Nike Court Ballistec and the Vapor all rolled into this perfect package of speed and comfort. Check out the Nike Lunar Ballistec Tennis Shoe [...]

February 21, 2014 Greg Jubb Tennis 0