My Sunday long run takes in some roads but mostly tracks /trial etc.I am looking for a pair of off road shoes that will also be ok for running on roads for short distances.If it helps i am a neutral runner (like xc spikes i don't know if that makes
Can anybody recommend me a decent pair of running shoes? I've recently done a 5k run cross country but next year (and i promise this) I am going to run more 10k runs (I've got one in April). According to the wet foot test, I should be running
Hi all , Quick history - always ran in Saucony Triumph and apart from shin splints due to going mad on the mileage no major injuries - just read Born to run and have read articles on bare foot running so would like to try it out . ll my old shoes
is enough to break the new shoes in. Any advice? More than enough time - a few recovery runs, a medium long run at the weekend ..... will soon have 40 / 50 miles on them.
Forum please help.I've been running in ancient XT trainers for years now (the same pair!!). Understandably they've given up the ghost... so now is the time for me to buy my first pair of running shoes.I went into my local specialist running shop
getting some foot and ankle pain recently that has stopped me from training - I think this is due to a change of shoes.I am looking for a good running shoe specialist retailer in the SW london area that can give me some good advice, analyse my running
Does anyone know what size racing shoe you should buy? Should it be your normal shoe size or half a size bigger as with normal running / training shoe. mine are all normal shoe size - size 9! cheers i wear spikes at size 10 and half i wear my
I'm running in the Shakespeare Marathon on 27th April, however I think my shoes have had it. Do you think a week will be enought to wear them in?? What shoes would you recommend for high millage??
Hi I am looking for some advice for a lightweight shoe that packs down small to fit into travel luggage. Uses will be running and some gym work when I am travelling for work. Current thoughts are the Nike Mayfly. Cheers Once tried the Reebok travel
and buy a pair of training shoes that they recommend are suitable for you. 2. Find a website that sells training shoes for someone with a neutral gait (if that's what you mean by 'average instep'). 3. Just choose a pair of training shoes that feel comfy
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