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About Peter Larson

This post was authored by Peter Larson. Pete is a recovering academic who currently works as an exercise physiologist, running coach, and writer. He's also a father of three and a fanatical runner with a bit of a shoe obsession. In addition to writing and editing this site, he is co-author of the book Tread Lightly, and writes a personal blog called The Blogologist. Follow Pete on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and via email.

Comments

  1. Scott Lynch says:

    That visitor’s profile looks like it would be a good race. ;-)

  2. Andrew T. says:

    Hey Peter,

    Alright this is no ordinary product needing review.
    We are a start-up out of Nashville, TN and we have an all-natural chia seed based energy gel.
    Two things performance gels lack are taste and stomach issues.
    We solved both with Huma Gel. It taste soooo good and when it goes down there is no negative stomach issues. Bcause it is all-natural.
    here is our site: http://www.humagel.com

    email me your address and we will hook you up with some
    email me at andrewt@humagel.com

  3. fredwaters says:

    Hello,

    I would imagine many of your readers utilize a treadmill, particularly in off season. would appreciate if you would review my ebook – “How to Select the Best Running Treadmill for your Body and Budget”
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    Regards,
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  4. Steve Roumeliotis says:

    Hi;

    My name is Steve Roumeliotis, and we are producing a home-grown product that eliminates the worry about loose laces during a race, hike or adventure run. The product is called SUMO-Grip, and is available through http://www.sprgear.com. It basically holds your lace knot (no matter how you tie it) and prevents it from coming loose. I have used the first prototypes for over 8 months and 1,000km of runs, and never have my laces come undone.

    Unlike other products, you do not replace or alter the original shoe laces.

    I would like to send you a pair to evaluate.

    Cheers and thank you for the great blog!

    Steve

  5. Molly Wren-Holmes says:

    Hi!

    My name is Molly Wren-Holmes and I am a student at Cal Poly SLO. WingFoot Iskiate: Chia Drink Mix is my senior project. It is basically chia seeds on-the-go that taste good! They’re great for endurance and this makes taking them convenient. What do you think?

    See the other 3 flavors- link to chiastuff.com

    Thank you :)

  6. Joel Bussjaeger says:

    I have recently started a Kickstarter project that was developed on some long runs. It is a product that is designed to hold your ear buds in place as you hit the road. I know that you have a very influential blog in the running world and I was hoping you would take a look at my page and let me know what you think about the concept.

    I would appreciate your input. Thanks in advance! Once we start manufacturing, I can send you a few pairs for your time!

    link to kickstarter.com

  7. mooreonrunning says:

    Damn! I thought I got a lot of visits on my site. You do a great job with your reviews and I love your race reports, so I am not surprised. Great ad policy.

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