I have long been an Asics shoe wearer but the nearest Runners Need seems to have stopped stocking them. On their advice I tried a pair of Saucony shoes, which were a comfortable fit but tore apart within 3 months and I got a full refund. Which took me into autumn and some Inov8 ‘trail’ […]
This post was originally submitted as an assignment for my Writing for Magazines course. It’s 3:00 in the Elmen Center locker room. I throw my backpack aside, quickly transitioning from student to athlete. I unbutton, unzip and shimmy out of my jeans, pull off my sweater and slide into a t-shirt and shorts. I slip […]
[ad_1] British runner intends to cover almost 100 miles every day as he aims to break Land’s End to John o’Groats mark James Williams is attacking the world record for Land’s End to John o’Groats and, if things go to plan, he will consign the controversial current mark to history. Williams, a 2:30 marathon man from Belgrave Harriers, […]
Footwear Market is Expected to Grow Owing to the Robust Rise in Fashion Industry Till 2021 | Million Insights PRESS RELEASE PR Newswire Oct. 17, 2018, 04:45 AM FELTON, California, October 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Global Footwear Market is anticipated to grow considerably in the forecast period due to the growing demand for trendy […]
Background: It’s May again, which means time for the annual YMCA North London Fun Run & Festival featuring the Crouch End 10k (with a detour this year, bringing the course to a slightly longer 10.268km). It’s the closest thing Heathside gets to a home race, and I love the combination of local and club support around the […]
Picking the perfect pair of running shoes can feel very much like Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Try on one pair and they’re too squishy. The next pair is too firm. A toe box that’s too roomy, or a heel that doesn’t lock your foot in. It’s tricky and usually takes some time, and miles to really start to hone in on your favorite Brands and styles.
It’s extraordinary to note how base issues may grow out to offer you a large amount of pain and trouble, which explains why custom sneakers are sensible in many cases. Easy points when ignored lead to a lot of issues. Worn-out and old shoes without satisfactory padding, sneakers without arch and heel help and shoes […]
A small group of Michigan residents, including (left) Lynn McIntosh, A. J. Birkbeck, Janice Tompkins, and Rick Rediske, traced widespread corruption from a former dancer. REX LARSON By Sara TalposMay. 16, 2019, 2:00 PM ROCKFORD, MICHIGAN—For more than a century, significant tanning here on the banks of the Rogue River has made leather used to […]
Back in about February I went on about how I got looked at by a marathoner in a sporting goods store and got recommended some stability shoes. It was cool. Turns out that I shouldn’t have been in them. I’ve run in neutral shoes my whole life, but I can’t say I haven’t been fragile. […]
Like I mentioned with the Reebok Floatride Run fast Pro, if you had asked me if I would be running in Reebok a year ago I would have laughed. Now I run in two shoes from Reebok. Plus, the Runfast Pro rivals the Nike 4% and in my opinion, a better shoe when it rains. […]
Industry leaders strongly oppose Trump’s plan to place higher tariffs on shoes from China.
There are basically two types of running shoes-stability and neutral. Neutral shoes are for those who have a normal, straight running gait. I made a separate post on stability shoes if those are what you need! If you don’t know which type of shoe is best for you, most local running stores have a treadmill […]
I do really need to get back into the habit of blogging as it was a great reflection tool from races/training and helped put perspective on my running and how things are progressing. This blog was setup at the beginning of 2011 as a bit of a project to see where training seriously and as […]