Best Smart­phone Acces­sories for Runners

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To run in a gym Best and to run in the open air are two completely different experiences. The cold wind on your face, the ever-changing landscape and the feel of the gravel beneath your feet truly makes outdoor running great.Best However, in today’s world, running is much more than just the ‘feels’. What matters more is the number of calories burnt, the kilometers covered … you get the drift.

Yes, we understand you and that’s why we’ve assembled a list of six smartphone accessories for the modern runner. These will help you stick to your exercise and, more importantly, also satiate the stats nerd in you and motivate you to do it better each day

1. FITNESS TRACKER: FITBIT ALTA HR

The first on our list is a fitness tracker. Not just any tracker but the Fitbit Alta HR. Keeping your health a priority, the Fitbit Alta HR not only informs you about the distance covered or the calories burnt but also lets you see how your heart is keeping up with your fitness regime.

It comes with PurePulse Technology, which measures your heart rate continuously. Based on the data, it lets you optimize your exercises with the right intensity workout. Other than that, the Fitbit Alta HR comes with guided breathing sessions, auto exercise recognition, sleep tracking, and many more such features.

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2. GPS TRACKER: GARMIN VIVOACTIVE

Imagine a smartwatch, GPS-enabled sports watch and an activity tracker all rolled into one. Yes, that the Garmin Vivoactive for you.

The advantage it holds over regular fitness trackers is that its ability to let you check calls and notifications on the go. At the same time, this GPS-enabled watch is optimized to track your sports activities in a much better way.

The Garmin Vivoactive sports a sleek design and is lightweight, unlike regular sports watches. Besides, other notable features include an Always on Display feature, rich and colorful display, and the traditional Move alerts.

3. ARMBAND: PORTHOLIC CELL PHONE WORKOUT ARMBAND

The Portholic Workout Armband is the best bet for you if you’re searching for a soft and stretchable armband. Made of lycra and neoprene, this armband is water-resistant and even comes with a fingerprint unlock feature.

The good thing about this phone is that it can hold any smartphone up to 6.3 inches. What’s more, you can also stick your keys and hook up the extra lengths of your earphone. Also, the reflective edges of the armband keep you safe as these helps define a moving body in the dark.

4. RUNNING BACKPACK: GEAR BEAST BACKPACK

If an armband is too much of a hassle for you, a nifty solution may come in the form of Gear Beast Running Backpack. With this product, you can bid adieu to swinging cords and distracting wires.

It’s a cleverly-designed backpack that can hold a phone, cash, and credit cards, while you go out for a run. Not just that, it lets you seamlessly connect your wired earphones through the precise cut-outs at the top of the bag.

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5. WATERPROOF HEADPHONES: SENSO WIRELESS SPORTS HEADPHONES

The Sensor Bluetooth Wireless Sports Headphones is a steal deal for just $29.97. It has all the qualities you’d need in a pair of headphones. It’s IPX7-certified and comes with HD stereo sound. Plus, its ergonomically-designed hooks ensure that the earbuds stay in place while running.

Other than that, the Sensor wireless headphones boast of Bluetooth 4.1 and a long battery life.

6. HYBRID FANNY PACK: FLIPBELT

Another cleverly-designed pack for carrying your essentials is FlipBelt. It features a series of four internal pockets where you can keep everything from your phone, music player, cash, and even your keys.

Once everything is inside, all you need to do is flip the belt inside out and the things will be locked in their place, similar to the running backpack.

PULL UP YOUR RUNNING SOCKS

So, these were six of the best smartphone accessories for runners. After all, as they say, “Tough runs don’t last; tough runners do”. So, what’s the maximum distance you’ve run till date?