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Keep up to speed with practical gadgets

To improve your running, you don't necessarily have to work harder — just more efficiently.

These innovative products can help you do just that, getting you up to speed with better form, more thorough muscle preparation and recovery, even easier refueling.

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Irvine-based Roy M. Wallack writes about health and fitness. An endurance cyclist and runner, he's the author of "Bike for Life: How to Ride to 100." He can be reached at roywallack@aol.com.- Roy M. Wallack

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