Guinness World Records introduces us to Zion Clark, a wrestler, athlete, and inspiration to all. Zion was born without legs due to a rare genetic syndrome, but that hasn’t stopped him from running faster than most people who have legs. Zion’s dream is to become a wrestling champ and medal-winning Olympian.
A while back, we met a funny-looking robot known as Cassie. Developed by the OSU Dynamic Robotics Laboratory and Agility Robotics, the bipedal robot can walk and run ostrich-style. Her human masters have now figured out a way for Cassie to run a 5K on a single charge. The research could lead to improved efficiency for delivery robots.
Dolos are specially-shaped concrete blocks that are used to protect harbors and breakwaters. Parkour athlete Brodie Pawson only sees them as an obstacle to be crossed. We watched in awe as he chased his pal Michael Khedoori across a field of the 80-ton blocks along the Australian coastline without slipping.
This unique indoor fitness rig lets you run without a treadmill. It connects to a door or other secure location and uses an upright elastic pull to enable low-impact aerobic and resistance training exercises. Its padded bar houses electronics that can track your workouts on a mobile app. Save an extra $25 with code MOONRUN25.
The Futurecraft Loop is a prototype running shoe with an upper, outsole and laces made entirely out of recyclable TPU. Paired with adidas‘ Boost midsole, the Futurecraft Loop is also made to be durable and comfortable. Its second generation is slated for general release.
The upcoming FLPSDE water bottle has a dry storage compartment at the bottom where you can keep snacks, keys and other small objects. Its main chamber is vacuum insulated to keep your drinks hot or cold for hours. The inner chamber can be removed for cleaning.
Run An Empire is an augmented reality game that motivates you to run. It tracks your location and makes areas you run through part of your virtual empire. As you run, you can invade other territories and earn coins to improve your kingdom. Available for both iOS and Android.
Inov-8’s G-Series running shoes have rubber outsoles that are infused with graphene, resulting in an unparalleled combination of grip and durability. These shoes are rated for over 1,000mi of use. There’s one for soft and wet ground, one for trails, and one for indoor use.
One of Nike and Undercover’s running shoes returns in a murked out scheme. The NikeLab Gyakusou Free RN Motion Flyknit 2017 has a dual-density and dual-pattern midsole to conform to your feet. The straps and notched collar make it easy to put on and take off.
Nike and Undercover’s running jacket has three-layers of weather-repellent fabric, bonded and sealed seams, and a reverse-coil zipper so you can run in all conditions. It also has roomy pockets, reflective graphics and an adjustable hem and hood. Available in four colors.
While preparing for a marathon in Montana, runner Jeff Dougherty captured nearly 100,000 photos of his 5-mile daily loop, then combined them into this cool hyperlapse, which morphs between sunny spring and summer days, wintry afternoons, and the browns and oranges of fall.
(PG-13: Language) There are few greater pains than stepping on a LEGO block without shoes on. So to voluntarily run barefoot on top of a seemingly endless flow of the pointy plastic bricks seems completely masochistic. Then again, this video is from the guys who did this.
Offering excellent flexibility, support and stability while remaining featherweight at just 10.6 ounces, the Inspire 12 is the perfect shoe for everyday training, with great comfort and cushioning. Available in “Surf the Web” blue/silver, and “Dark Shadow” black/red.