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8/18/12 2:19 A

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Thanks for the suggestions!

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8/16/12 12:46 P

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I use a fuel belt.

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8/16/12 7:38 A

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I have a hip sling someone gave me where my water bottle is holstered on the back of my hip. I also have a small back pack for hydration. You can get them in different sizes and sip from a tube at your shoulder.


Good luck!

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8/15/12 11:37 P

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Well... when pertaining to my water bottle. emoticon

Do y'all usually have your water bottle in your hand while running? I feel I can't leave without it, however sometimes I feel it would be nicer to run without having to hold it all the time. I just don't think I could run for these 35 minute workouts without sipping on water during my walk times.

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