Lifestyle Road warrior essentials for your marathon training By HILARY SHEINBAUM Updated June 2, 2015 4:53 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Putting in hours and hours of prep goes a long way. Here are some swag, snacks and merchandise to get you through every mile, whether you are training for a half or full marathon. ASICS GEL - Kayano 21 Photo Credit: ASICS Each person has individual sneaker needs, but this updated ASICS Gel running shoe uses midsole technology that offers bounce-back and cushioning, and the stretch reinforcements and mesh offer a glove-like, custom fit per foot. $159.99; Lady Foot Locker, 120 W. 34th St., 212-629-4626, ladyfootlocker.com C9 Champion Women's Tech Tee Photo Credit: Target With so many timers, watches and apps for an optimal performance, theres no reason tops shouldnt be just as hi-tech. This shirts moisture-wicking fabric allows a quicker dry, which is especially helpful while sweating up a storm during summer months. $12.99; Target, 517 E. 117th St., 212-835-0860, target.com Sunforgettable Mineral Sunscreen Brush SPF 50 Photo Credit: Colorscience Treadmill training is great, but racing outside means sunrays can wreak havoc on skin. This water-resistant sunscreen provides UVA/UVB sun protection without leaving a greasy residue while also offering a light foundation coverage. $64; colorscience.com Premier Protein bars Photo Credit: Premier Protein Protein is essential for building muscle and aiding muscle recovery after running. These gluten-free bars boast 30 grams of protein, 3 grams of fiber and calcium, without added sugar or calories. Flavors include Double Chocolate Crunch, Dark Chocolate Mint and Peanut Butter Crunch. $1.99/bar; Walgreens, multiple locations, Volcano foot mask Photo Credit: Lush Pounding the pavement can be harsh on feet. Smooth calluses, rid dead skin cells and deodorize in 10 minutes with this deep-cleansing kaolin and pumice foot mask, made with ingredients such as potatoes, tomatoes and papaya. $13.95-$22.95;Lush, 44 W. 34th St., 212-564-0254, lushusa.com By HILARY SHEINBAUM Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Tips to train for a full or half marathonRunning a day of errands in the city can feel like a marathon -- but literally running 26.2 miles (or ... Here's how to train for a half marathonHere's how to get race ready. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.