To become a better runner, of course you need to clock time on your feet. But that’s not the only way to improve. Building strength and endurance off the road, along with prioritizing recovery, eating foods that fuel you, and simply moving more throughout the day all support your pursuit of a PR and more efficient miles—not to mention enhance your health. That’s why we test the best tools out there to optimize the training you do when you’re not wearing your running shoes. Here, the best picks for a performance boost.
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