Tag Archives: Running Power

First Run: Garmin’s New Running Power Capabilities

Last week at the ANT+ Symposium, Garmin opened up the curtains on their planned entrance into the running power market, which they’ll soon make available on many running and multisport devices they make.  This app will require only a barometer-equipped … Read More Here

Riddle Me This: Running Efficiency Metrics Showdown

As you saw yesterday and over the weekend, sometimes gadget things just don’t make sense.  And one of those things has been the tsunami of data I collected on a single run this weekend, using a wide variety of products designed … Read More Here

First Look: FeetMe Sport Insoles with Running Power

The list of companies aiming to get into running efficiency products seems to grow by the week, and this week I’m giving you a look at FeetMe.  At its core, FeetMe is a connected insole that broadcasts and records everything … Read More Here

5 Random Things I Did This Weekend

A busy (and chilly) weekend at home as we slide into December.  Here’s what I was up to! 1) Unboxing Stryd I actually had a bunch of things I was getting unboxed on Friday.  These three were on the list.  … Read More Here

Hands-on: Stryd announces new running power meter

Today running power meter company Stryd announced their next generation running power meter unit, changing up the form factor and increasing the data metrics gathered.  This new model is now a small footpod that you attach to your running shoe.  … Read More Here

5 Random Things I Did This Weekend

Here’s what I’ve been up to the last few days! 1) Running with power Mid-last week my final production Stryd unit arrived.  You’ll remember I first discussed it last January when I did some initial testing.  Since then they’ve changed … Read More Here

Stryd: Hands-on with the first running power meter

Ever wonder what it’s like to run with a power meter? Here’s all the details (+data) on my first runs with the worlds first wearable power meter.