Monday, January 15, 2007

A Gadget Worth TriGeeking Out About

No matter how cool you might play it in the office, on the prowl in the bars, or while hanging out with your buddies, if you're a triathlete, there's a ginormous gadget geek inside of you. You know all about the "next best thing". That carbon fiber, body monitoring, cadence-improving, electronic training partner guaranteed to make you faster, stronger, and better looking.

While something like, say, a Garmin Forerunner 305 and some Profile Design carbon aerobars might do the trick, there's something far less costly, and dare we say even more fashionable, that'll get your heart-rate up to max in no time: The New iPod Shuffle.


It's small and light enough to wear clipped to your ear, if you like. The music player itself seems to weigh less than the ear buds! If you've ever needed some extra motivation for an early morning long run or a lifting session at your overcrowded gym, look no further.

It's like being followed by your own personal soundtrack. The music seems to be floating around your head, like nature intended it to be there. It has been known to inspire many zen running moments.

A true trigeek should not be without his or her Shuffle. And no, Apple is not paying for this plug. It's simply a fact of trigeek gadget obsession. The Shuffle should be right up there on your list of "must-haves" for 2007. Because, let's face it, sometimes the greatest of pleasures come in the smallest of packages.

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