Editor Mike Haney is aiming to run this year's New York City marathon with the assistance of all the minute-shaving running technology he can get his hands on
In 2004, I kicked a 10-year Camel Light habit and the following year ran the New York City Marathon in 3:27:45. I ran a few more after that, but never beat that time and, in the past year, have gotten wickedly out of shape.
In this new series, Tech in Training, I’ll strap on the latest gadgets, ingest the newest supplements and try out experimental techniques to see if a little science can help my nearing-middle-age body top my previous PR this November. First, we start with the basics: finding the right sneaks with the help of a state-of-the-art fitting.