I’ve admitted this before in my column. But I suppose if confession is good for the soul, repeating the confession can’t hurt. So here goes: I’m crazy about running shoes. No I really am and I’m not joking.I like to look at them, read about them
Check!Can you tick all 10 boxes? If not, your child is probably running too much. This checklist from KidsRunning.com helps you determine whether or not the running your kids are doing is appropriate. You should be able to put a tick next to each
and forefoot, but retain the fit and feel of the previous Hurricanes. They're designed for runners who need a shoe with a great blend of stability and cushioning.All you have to do to enter the competition is answer one simple question (you need to have
as I was pregnant. Have since had a baby girl (22 Jan 2007) and am getting my fitness back. But I've read that I shouldn't be doing an 'active' sport like running until five months after the birth. Can anyone advise me on how I can get back into running
the biggest festive 5K fun run in the UK, and last year's race brought more than 7,000 Santas to Liverpool city centre.This year, the event is hoping to attract 10,000 runners in the hope of securing the World Santa Challenge title. The World Santa Challenge
Weight 205gEvaluation Built on a reasonably broad last for a racing shoe, and with a stability-enhancing fan-shaped Wave, the Revolver offers a decent amount of support for a fast shoe. That said, it still isn't a racing shoe for anyone other than
Balance's new Acteva midsole foam, so the cushioning is good despite its low profile. Few runners will find it their ideal marathon shoe, but for 5Ks and 10Ks, the quick, neutral runners out there should enjoy it.
control here, but mild overpronators could use the 750 for longer races, and moderate overpronators may find it a good 10K shoe.
shoe stuffed with the company's bells and whistles. It does have a huge TS2 double-density medial post, but other than that, it's a pretty simple shoe built on a ultra-straight, supportive last. The shoe it most resembles is the Brooks Addiction
Weight 387gEvaluation Of all the new Etonic models, the Pro 3 is probably the shoe that harks back to past most. It's a real old-fashioned motion control shoe right from the straight last through to the one-piece outsole and the polyurethane midsole
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