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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.

See photos for more.


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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