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Keep Cool While Exercising Outdoors with BEX Runner

Updated on July 12, 2010

Are you finding it hard to keep up your outdoor exercise routine during the heat of the summer? If you don't want to give up your outdoor workouts during the warmest months of the year, you'll be happy to learn about BEX Runner, an innovative cooling gel pack that helps you keep cool while exercising.

What Is the BEX Runner?

BEX stands for Better Exercise eXperience , and that is exactly what this unique workout accessory is designed to provide. The BEX Runner is a lightweight gel pack that is designed to help people stay cool while working out, or engaging in other outdoor activities, in the heat. It's very easy to use. Simply place the gel pack in the freezer for four hours or longer prior to use.

About Using a BEX Runner

When you are ready to work out, simply take the BEX Runner gel pack out of the freezer and place it in the palm of your hand. Use the adjustable strap to secure it to your hand, and you'll be ready to enjoy its cooling benefits throughout your workout routine, whether you are running, walking, hiking, bicycling, or even doing yard work or engaging in gardening activities. That's all there is to it.

The BEX Runner's shape is designed to be form-fitting, so that it makes contact with as much surface area on the palm of the wearer's hand. The coolness of the pack makes contact with your palm while you are working out, helping keep you cool even when the temperatures are climbing into the 90s and 100s (Fahrenheit).

You can expect the BEX Runner to maintain its coolness for up to sixty minutes, allowing you sufficient time to complete your exercise routine or other outdoor activity.

BEX Runner Benefits

By helping keep your palms cool while you are engaging in outdoor activities, the BEX runner can help you stay cool overall. This can certainly make it easier for you to keep up with your exercise routines and maintain your fitness goals even when the temperatures outside are climbing.

There are many potential benefits associated with using a BEX Runner device, including:

  • Ability to work out longer
  • Increased workload tolerance
  • Shorter recovery time following outdoor exercise
  • More comfortable exercise experience

Want a BEX Runner of Your Own?

If you're ready to try the BEX Runner for yourself, or if you need to purchase a gift for someone who engages in physical activities outdoors, simply visit You can order individual units directly from the website. You can also request special order information for retail sales, fundraisers, and special promotions.


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