Yeah, saw that and thought it was spot on. Then I saw a t-shirt that's in our company's colours and is £9.99. Going to convince the MD that it's worth the company spending a little more as it'll be far more effective branding and better publicity
Looking to source about 10 technical t-shirts for a team running event that we'll get printed up with the company's logo, etc. The company are willing to pay, but don't want to pay a lot!
So can anyone advise on where to get a small quantity of technical t-shirts (t-shirts are preferable to vests) either with or without printing (which we could get done separately)? Had thought I'd be able to find a sale of last season's running t-shirts from adidas or similar and just buy 10 of them - but they only seem to have odd sizes.
What do others do for their team t-shirts? The answer is probably spend a bit more than a tenner a t-shirt...
Yes, it is about running form. And the best (only?) way to learn good running form is to let the nerve endings in your feet do what they were designed to do - feel the ground. It just doesn't work the same when you have a layer of rubber bandaging your feet. When else have you worn a rubber/latex sheath?
Minimalist shoes are causing an epidemic of stress fractures, which are used to blame "barefoot" running! Save your regular $100 shoe payments, plus medical bills. Use what you were given. The adjustment will take a few months, but you'll be so much happier. I speak from experience of overcoming chronic shin splints, ITBS and plantar fasciitis.
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Do you have any evidence for the 'epidemic of stress fractures', or a comparison in terms of the number of injuries through 'minimalist' running compared to other runners (either those running barefoot or those running in more 'traditional' style shoes)?