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Anyone running in Mizuno Inspire 12s after running in the 11

Posted: 16/11/2016 at 14:43

I liked the 10, loved the 11 and I really don't get on with the 12.  When I try to run in them I get all sorts of aches and pains. I've done about 70 miles in a pair of 12's and I just can't get on with them, they actually hurt.  I don't even find them comfortable to walk in.  Heavy, clunky and they feel really firm to me. Completely different shoe to the Wave Inspire 11.

On the Mizuno Facebook page they recommend the Wave Connect 3 or the Wave Catalyst as being more like the Inspire 11 but I've kind of lost faith in Mizuno now.


Great Birmingham Run 2014

Posted: 24/10/2014 at 09:18

I've just dropped down 11 places too. My finishing position on the Great Run website has changed about 4 or 5 times now since Sunday evening.  How can they get chip timing so wrong? Makes you wonder about other races...

Great Birmingham Run 2014

Posted: 22/10/2014 at 09:58

My Garmin clocked it at 13.2 miles but if you look at the map on the activity on Garmin Connect you can see where the GPS went slightly wrong and recorded the extra distance. Also if you look at the satellite map at the start and where the two start routes converge the distances look about the same whether you take the right or left route. 

Great Birmingham Run 2014

Posted: 20/10/2014 at 14:48
Valley wrote (see)

One thing I do know is I'll never start on the left again, I spent so long weaving around slow runners from the r/h side it was a joke.  I even swore at a couple of them, I was so frustrated.  Felt bad after as it wasn't their fault.

Couldn't agree more.  I spent most of the race trying to pick my way through the field. There were runners in the first orange wave who started on the right hand side walking before the 2 mile marker. As mentioned by "pjath84" as well.. really no idea why 4 guys pushing a bobsleigh were in the orange wave!  Maybe to be in the Orange wave you should have to provide a previous UKA result to suggest that you should be in there?

Kind of feel "lucky" the weather was alright because hanging round at the start for god knows how long would have been even worse if it was cold/wet.

New York or Chicago?

Posted: 13/10/2014 at 10:31

Having watched the New York Marathon on tv a few times I can't say it's ever looked that appealing to me with the exception of the last few miles through Central Park.  I'm sure it's a great atmosphere though.

Don't know that much about the Chicago one but it is known as the "Windy City"!

I guess it depends on what you're looking for. PB, the experience...etc?


East Midlands Cross Country League

Posted: 03/10/2014 at 10:26

Literatin - Thanks. Hopefully moving to the East Mids in the new year so good to know there are lots of XC options!

East Midlands Cross Country League

Posted: 02/10/2014 at 09:55

Thanks Bob... didn't realise there was another one!

East Midlands Cross Country League

Posted: 01/10/2014 at 13:01

Think it's the Derby Runner XC League?




Moving from heel to toe

Posted: 29/08/2014 at 10:37

If you've been running in the Saucony Guide then have a look at their transition shoe which still has a bit of guidance/stability - Saucony Mirage. 

Garmin Connect / Strava

Posted: 20/08/2014 at 11:20

Doesn't Strava base average paces on moving time as well? For example if you stop to cross a road for 20 secs then Strava sort of just loses or ignores that 20 seconds?

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