CC & Exercise

CC & Exercise

This is a discussion on CC & Exercise within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Hi all! I'm new to the forum and am just wondering if anyone has a suggestion for carrying a Glock 19 while jogging. I have ...

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    CC & Exercise

    Hi all! I'm new to the forum and am just wondering if anyone has a suggestion for carrying a Glock 19 while jogging. I have a Fobus paddle holster that works great for clothes that have a belt but I can't think of how to carry and jog. Thanks, Bill


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    I use a holster T-Shirt or a fanny pack. There are a ton of them out there now. Give it a google.


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    I bicycle instead of jog because of my old knees. Cycling jerseys have a nice pocket on the back that holds a compact 9mm with no problem.

    In colder weather, I think a shoulder holster would work really well with a light weapon.
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    Stop jogging and lift at the gym with a fanny pack carrying the gun.

    You don't need cardio anyway...

    Jogging/running = Bad.
    Fact!

    (And if you want cardio, try burpees. You will hate them, but dam, will it work you out!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MitchellCT View Post
    Stop jogging and lift at the gym with a fanny pack carrying the gun.

    You don't need cardio anyway...

    Jogging/running = Bad.
    Fact!
    Don't need cardio? You sure about about that?

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    I don't have one, but it looks like it would work great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmoore912 View Post
    I don't have one, but it looks like it would work great.

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    That looks like a great solution. And it could do double duty as a deep concealment holster in other applications too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dsimon11 View Post
    Don't need cardio? You sure about about that?
    Well...

    The voices in my head told me so, so it must be true...

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    I run about 20-25 miles a week...but I don't take a big pistol. For longer runs I put my Taurus TCP in my camelback or front pack because it's little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MitchellCT View Post
    Well...

    The voices in my head told me so, so it must be true...
    Haha, I like your style.

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    The GF had a catalog with a carry option that may be of interest, and I plan to try it myself--I cycle quite a bit.

    Go to GlockStore.com - Glock Parts & Accessories, Glock Magazines & Apparel, and look at item #T0049S for $69.95.

    You've seen those baby carriers that position the kid in the middle of your chest?

    This is like a small, flat, rectangular backpack that is turned around backwards and worn on your chest. The gun appears easily accessible and appears to be in roughly the same position that we see in pictures of soldiers who are fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan when they are wearing all that body armor.

    I hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MitchellCT View Post
    Stop jogging and lift at the gym with a fanny pack carrying the gun.

    You don't need cardio anyway...

    Jogging/running = Bad.
    Fact!

    (And if you want cardio, try burpees. You will hate them, but dam, will it work you out!)
    When I'm at the gym, I never thought about getting a fanny pack.....
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    CamelBak. Its harder to get at, but you got it. And you have water, ID, flashlight, etc.

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    A belly band works as well. I wore one on runs and it was comfortable and secure. Running/jogging with a firearm can be interesting but doable.

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    Carry a smaller gun. When I'm running I carry my Kel-Tec P32 IWB with the attachable belt clip. I tried running with bigger guns but I run about 60-70 miles a week and that's a long way to be carrying all that gun.
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