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Thursday, April 29,2010

Strap on some extra storage when exercising

By Emilie Le Beau

A dventurers hoping to burn big calories with outdoor activity have options. A 140-pound person can burn about 320 calories in 30 minutes by rock climbing, running three miles or cycling eight miles.

There seem to be fewer options, however, on where to stash stuff while exercising. Some exercise shorts have internal pockets, but the weight of keys may be bothersome when vigorously moving. Internal pockets can also cause chaffing.

Some outdoor enthusiasts tie keys into shoelaces or stuff into socks, which could lead to loss.

One alternative is to use a specially designed shoe accessory to secure items to laces.

The Shoe Pocket from Fuel Belt is a 3.5-by-2-inch holder that attaches to shoe laces with a Velcro strip. The shoe pocket can hold ID, money and keys. It has a reflective strip on the sides and top for nighttime visibility.

—MCT

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