It has been a fair while since I’ve been anything even resembling being sporty but, as it is the month where resolutions are bravely made, I have the athletically name Gibson Trainer headphones to review.

These are no ordinary Bluetooth headphones. Oh, no. These on-ear sports headphones are endorsed by the fastest man on the planet. I have to admit that I have never seen Usain Bolt wear a pair, although I have seen Mo Farah eat plenty of Quorn.

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