eimstudio2207235

eimstudio2207235

Southeastern, CT

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37 years old. 180 lbs. Avid trail runner for 25 years. Big fan of Montrail Streak, injinji socks, and CWX compression shorts. I love going up hills.

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eimstudio2207235 wrote an answer about on November 13, 2011

Nope. These are made for running, although they support they are flexible, unlike lifting clothing unlike lifting clothing which is very rigid. If you want lifting clothing go with something made for that like Zinzer. Also for squatting you don't want shorts you want a singlet.

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eimstudio2207235 wrote an answer about on October 15, 2009

I am an avid trail runner and I am used to running on pretty rough terrain with my camelback. It doesn't really bounce if you snug it up all the way although it does take some getting used to at first. I do not recommend the chest strap. I have a camelback with the strap and I never use it. I have a muscular chest and if I snug it up, even a little, the strap it feels constricting. I can't imagine how it would feel if I was female. It is definitely better than bottles. Give it a month and you will forget that its even there... until you need a drink.

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eimstudio2207235 wrote an answer about on October 15, 2009

I am an avid trail runner and I am used to running on pretty rough terrain with my camelback. It doesn't really bounce if you snug it up all the way although it does take some getting used to at first. I do not recommend the chest strap. I have a camelback with the strap and I never use it. I have a muscular chest and if I snug it up, even a little, the strap it feels constricting. I can't imagine how it would feel if I was female. It is definitely better than bottles. Give it a month and you will forget that its even there... until you need a drink.

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