Shokz OpenRun Pro review and comparison

Lots of things are currently changing at Shokz (formerly AfterShokz). They’ve changed their name and the product names of some of their products and now they’ve launched a new product, the OpenRun Pro. Shokz (formerly AfterShokz) makes bone conduction headphones. The vibrations go via your bones to your inner ear rather than via your eardrum... Continue Reading →

Brooks Ghost 13 GTX vs Ghost 14 GTX

The Brooks Ghost is the popular daily trainer in the Brooks line-up. I’ve reviewed the Ghost 12 before and although I enjoyed the ride, the heel to toe transition wasn’t that smooth. But Brooks has made some changes in the 13th and 14th edition of this shoe. I’ve tried both, but both in the Gore-Tex... Continue Reading →

Shokz OpenRun review and comparison

I’ve been using Shokz (formerly AfterShokz) headphones for 4 years now. I started using the Air in 2018, but for the past 2.5 years I’ve been using the Aeropex model and sometimes the OpenMove. They’ve now given the Aeropex a small upgrade and renamed it to OpenRun.  Shokz (formerly AfterShokz) makes bone conduction headphones. The... Continue Reading →

AI training plans: TrainAsOne vs Trenara

In some countries races have already started again, in some they haven’t, but a lot of races are currently planned to take place this fall, including a lot of major marathons. You might be making plans for your fall races and might also be considering training plans. You could obviously train without one or get... Continue Reading →

Hoka One One Clifton vs Elevon comparison

I've reviewed several Hoka One One running shoes before and since All4Running gave me the chance to try the Clifton 7 and the Elevon 2, I decided to do a comparison between the Clifton and the Elevon series. The Clifton series was popular from the start. Especially the first version, so much so that Hoka... Continue Reading →

AfterShokz OpenMove review and comparison

I’ve been an AfterShokz user for the past 2.5 years now. AfterShokz is the number one company for bone conduction headphones. The transducers on the headphones send small vibrations through your cheekbones to your inner ear. Through bone conduction it bypasses the ear drums and leaves your ears open so you can still hear your... Continue Reading →

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