I think the most common question I’m asked – probably on a daily basis is – what kit do you recommend. Where are your shorts from? What hydration pack should I get? and so on. So here we are – my essential running kit. I update on a regular basis to make sure that I am sending you to a place where it’s in stock with the best price.
Garmin Fenix 6S
Triumph Triaction Extreme Lite and Hybrid Lite Sports Bra
These are my GO-TO running sports bras. No chafing issues, maximum support and they come in fun colours. I’ve worn these for every race and most runs since 2016!
Lululemon Fast & Free Leggings
It’s all about the SIDE POCKETS – I won’t wear any leggings on the run without pockets for my phone and keys. These high waisted, chafe free pair are a solid staple in my running wardrobe (I have at least 5 pairs on rotation)
Lululemon Fast & Free 6 inch shorts
Side pockets (plus a pocket at the back), these flattering length cycling style shorts are ideal for providing a little more coverage on the run
Lululemon Track That 5’ shorts
Love these colourful shorts for hot runs, treadmill sessions and speed work!
Brooks Ghost 14 shoes
My go-to easy run shoe, providing plenty of cushioning and support for this heel striker.
Sweaty Betty Power 6inch cycling shorts
A new fave from this summer – if I were to run a marathon tomorrow, I would be wearing these!
Nathan Sports Intensity Women’s 6L hydration pack
I’ve worn this during a couple of marathons, countless long runs and run commutes. It’s designed to fit a woman’s shape – unlike many unisex hydration packs, so it actually fits hips and tits!
Goodr Running Sunglasses
Fun, stylish, comfy and won’t break the bank so no stressing if you throw them off in anger mid-marathon, or accidentally step on them during a cool down.
Maya Gregory 16L commuting backpack
after testing many, many running backpacks, this came top for fit and comfort, it doesn’t bounce around and you can fit your laptop in!