I was planning on taking up running again, but I don't plan to take it too seriously. I train in the gym 4 days per week but thought I'd go for a run once a week (say for around 30mins) just for a bit of cardio.
So I was thinking it would be good to get a pair of trainers that I can use both for running as well as in my daily life when convenient... because I find that if I go to proper running shops the trainers there look pretty ugly!
I thought Nike Free Run trainers could be a good option, provided they are actually suitable for running! Also I have semi-flat feet
I've spent the last couple years wearing Nike Zoom Structure Triax (my old running shoes) just for everyday use, as my feet are a bit flat. I used to wear the stylish kind that hardly had any support but they kept causing me problems.
I have my running trainers (like, the ones I wear when *actually* running) but they're not the kind of look I want just for strolling about through town, nights out etc of course.
I find most running trainers consist of really bright, neon colours so I'd rather not wear them for everyday use for obvious reasons. But does anyone have any recommendations of those that look fairly stylish??
I like the look of Nike Free Run trainers, but I'm not sure if they'd have enough arch support for me?
Hi Matt I like to have a small bag of popcorn to snack on especially a healthy brand I came across in Tesco called Propercorn, you can get a mix of sweet and salty, sea salted or worcester sauce flavour. They are low cal and good source of fibre and protein although the more I rave about them the more people tell me that they are not a fan of popcorn but i am addicted at the moment.
According to this, high sugar is anything with more than 15g of sugar per 100g. So your Frusli bars would count as high sugar. Although I've just had a look at the Nutri-grain bars I've been eating and they're much worse (18g in a 45g bar).
Probably best to work out how much sugar you eat per day, I don't think the odd high sugar snack is going to kill you if your diet is otherwise good.
I was verging on addiction of NutriGrain Elevenses until very recently but then I realised how much sugar they had! Hence me switching to slightly healthier alternatives