strike forces more evenly throughout the sole. We say Equally up to the task of racing or training, this shoe is solid and respectable without being spectacular in any area. Testers particularly praised its low weight and flexibility, as well
-of-the-road stability shoe, suitable for average-weight to heavy runners looking for a reliable distance-training shoe. The new lacing system went down a storm, as did the support and durability, but some runners found the fit across the toe-box slightly loose
to its advantage: it can be used in training for light runners and for racing for the less fleet of foot. Mark Havenhand: I loved these shoes since the first time I put them on. Light, responsive and certainly look the business Strengths: Weaknesses
including longer distances and hill training. The outsole is tough but lightweight and flexible, and perhaps the most impressive feature is the amount of bounce upon toe-off. A gold medallist for sure.
this for short, faster runs as well as long marathon training sessions; it’s extremely adaptable. The toe box comes up a little wide though.
even in the wet. Responsiveness was only average and the shoe is on the slightly heavy side for the amount of protection it offers, but this will see a wide range of runners safely through the longer runs in a marathon training schedule.
for by an adjustable support over the midfoot, locking the foot in place. Responsiveness is impressive and the shoe performed well in all types of training. Tony Tyler: Great light shoe that has really helped me up my pace a bit on longer runs Strengths: Weaknesses
. gold Xmas jingle tinsle present mince pie beetle : GREAT STUFF,HELPED ME THROUGH FLM TRAINING THIS YEAR Strengths: Great tasting very easy to mix Watermelon tastes like Bacardi BreezersI also found SIS GO is great for helping me get rid of a hangover
since 20 years running. great for all type of running except trail Penfold: FAST, LIGHT BUT REASONABLY SUBSTANTIAL Strengths: Comfy, responsive, good for fast training or longer races. Some supprt. Weaknesses: Comfy, responsive, good for fast training
and covers nearly every aspect of training. It is packed full of schedules, exercises and advice. I have owned mine for over two years and find myself contantly refering back to it for advice and guidance, whereas other books get left on the shelf
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