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Fitness · August 3, 2015

Whats In Your Gym Bag: The Runner

1. Baxter of California Safety Razor

This is the first safety razor Ive ever owned, and there is a zero percent chance Ill ever go back to using disposables.

2. Game Day Shave Cream

With a great razor comes great responsibilityso naturally, I upgraded my shave cream. This one is specifically made for athletes (hence the name); its gentle and soothing on skin that takes a beating.

3. Game Day Aftershave: Soothing Balm

Literally the only aftershave Ive ever enjoyed using. Doesnt burn at all. Actually feels goodand it even heals nicks and scrapes.

4. Game Day Moisturizer: Hydrator + SPF 30

As a runner, Ive already exposed my face to a lifetimes worth of skin-withering UV rays, so I always opt for a moisturizer with built-in sunscreen.

5. Jack Black Turbo Wash Energizing Cleanser for Hair and Body

This is the perfect post-workout shower geland it doubles as a shampoo! Its invigorating, smells incredible, and it contains arnica, which helps alleviate muscle soreness after a hard workout.

6. Cory Vines The Path Tee (not pictured)

Great for running. Actually, great for anything. This tee is breathable, it wicks sweat, it looks fantastic, and (incredibly) it doesnt smell. Believe me, Ive tested it.

7. Bombas Men Ankle Socks

An exquisite balance of form and functionality, these socks dont just look cool; they also feature runner-friendly technical details. (Read: No more blisters.)

8. Balla for Men Powder

This is a welcome update to those old-school talcum powders. It prevents chafing and clamminess everywhere, which is a life-saver in the final stretch of a sweaty run. Smells super fresh, too.

9. Skullcandy Chops Bud

When I run, I rely on carefully curated playlists to get me in the zone. These are the only earbuds Ive used that actually stay put for the duration.

10. Coalatree Nomad Backpack

This super lightweight, durable backpack is ideal for throwing everything together. Whether Im stowing it in a locker, checking it at a race, or even wearing it during a run, its a super low-maintenance way to haul the essentials. And it folds up to nothing when Im not using it.

Author

Kate Canary