Congratulations to the following Runnersworld.co.uk members, whose helpful reviews of their current stability shoes have won them a pair of Asics's all-new flagship shoe – the Gel Kinsei – to review on this site. Knackered, who compares Brooks
will be giving away a £50 voucher to the author of the most informative product review submitted in our Gear section. Positive or negative, simply tell us what you think of any of the products already listed and you could be turning that wish-list into reality
control features.Next step: RW Shoe FinderMore about stability shoes | Just show me the reviews The Flat FootThis has a low arch and leaves a print which looks like the whole sole of the foot. It usually indicates an overpronated foot – one that strikes
-out. We’ve put all our reviews, and more tips onto a separate page. Before we set out, though, a word of caution: treadmills are expensive, and they’re complex. A bad purchase could leave you with one more inactive exercise hulk languishing in a corner
: "Expected a lot from this one, having read reviews from previous years, and have to say it didn't disappoint. Lovely scenery and a flat course which helped me to a PB, but the high point was the organisation, which ran so smoothly. Nice medal and T
to similarly priced watches reviewed. It has a rather measly 10-lap memory and just a single countdown timer, and while the digits are big and easy to read, the buttons are too close together. Contact www.adidas.com/ukTimex Ironman Dual Tech – £55Most sports
Welcome to the RUNNER'S WORLD Shoe Guide archive!Four times a year, Runner's World publishes test reports of all the new running shoes on the market. This is a company-by-company archive of those reports. Most shoes are updated annually by the shoe companies, so some of the older...
Drinking during most races is pretty simple. Race organisers thoughtfully set up trestle tables with cups, and kindly volunteers hand out energy drinks, water or weak orange squash to parched competitors. Sadly, unless your friends and family are as fanatical about your running a...
A baby stroller could be the most liberating purchase you’ll make as a new parent. They allow you to train when the fancy takes you, and children usually love them.Using them is a little harder than normal running, sure, but much better than missing a run. You can run with babies...
Finding the right wetsuit for you is vital. There are a number of things to bear in mind when you're making your choice but, in the end, the key to the ideal wetsuit for you is fit. If it doesn't fit well, you won't perform at your best. Simple as that.The suit should feel very s...
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