Wood madaussie: LOVE THEM! Strengths: seemless interior, which massively reduces blisters!Improved cushioning from version 2, which really comes into its own on the long long marathon training runs. Weaknesses: seemless interior, which massively reduces
. Weaknesses: This trainer is exceptionally comfortable and cushioned. Well put together as well. Overall: Very good trainer that provides excellent cushioning. Suits heavier runners and any runner who wants cushioning for training runs. Personally I use a
are the testimonies of maybe 15 different runners from that year - from elite runners hoping for Olympic qualification to first-timers ecstatic to finish. It charts their reasons for running, their training, build-up and their race. Weaknesses: Truly inspiring
Strengths: Introduces some new training ideas, well at least they were new to me Weaknesses: Introduces some new training ideas, well at least they were new to me Overall: Excellent read for anyone who wants to go faster in anything froma 5K to a Marathon
of shoes for strenght training and racing JamesEarlJones: COMFORTABLE, BUT QUICK? Strengths: Weaknesses: Overall: Comfy, soft ride. Lighter than the average cushion shoe.However not convinced whether it's a quick shoe - I'd prefer to stick to racing
marathon training I have really found these a great all rounder . That great I have 3 pairs of these now put back for future training incase they stop selling them !
variety of surfaces including mud and woodland trail. I have worn them for 20+mile training and racing 10K, both of which the shoe was great for. Weaknesses: These excellent Adidas offerings felt fast, light and delightfully comfortable straight out
forefoot is a little rough. The forefoot was felt to be too wide by male testers, while our (‘wide-footed') female tester thought them to be narrow.Our wear-testers say: "Lack of flexibility makes them okay for a training run on the flat, but no so much
of cushioning Weaknesses: High level of cushioning Overall: After 6 months of racing AND training in the Ascis DS-racer-8 shoe for both 10k and half-marathon distances I was looking for something for higher mileage as I get back in to marathon training over
wear Nike Percepts for most of my training, but what cushioning it has is in the wrong places, leaving my metatarsal heads uncomfortably close to the tarmac, a problem I don't have with the Marathoner or the Vaporfly.
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