K-Swiss Spring 2012 Running Shoes Preview

In Spring 2012, California Sports Company K-Swiss will expand its running category with several new additions using Blade-Light and Blade-Max proprietary cushioning technologies. K-Swiss will also debut quick-transition and minimalist entries to round out running portfolio and provide styles for every runner from training to








 

Energy Drinks: The Good and the Bad

You don’t have to be a runner to be a target of “energy drink” marketing. Truck drivers, office workers, and others who get tired, as well as runners, are easy marks. But a lot of that marketing is misleading, especially for athletes. Not all energy drinks actually give you energy.



 

Saucony Reduces the Drop of 3 Shoes to 8mm

In the coming months, Saucony will be introducing a new geometry to several of its top sellers. The new models – Guide 5, Triumph 9 and Hurricane 14 – will have a new heel- to-toe offset of 8mm




 

Running in the Roman Empire

Thousands of ancient men crossed entire continents on their bare feet, and were still in good enough shape that they could fight when they arrived at their destination. I'm specifically talking about Roman soldiers.




 

Too Far, Too Soon?

One of the most admirable qualities of a distance runner is ambition. Beginners often start thinking about running their first 10k within months of discovering the pleasures of running. And sometimes, those who have just run their first 10k immediately start planning for their first half-marathon or marathon



 

SofSole CoolMax Running Socks – Impressions

Ever since I began running, I’ve been obsessed with picking the right socks for the job—thin socks for hot summer days, heavy wool pairs for bitter winter mornings, and even the occasional $15-a-pair number for long distances and races. While some people love to experiment with different shorts, shirts, or watches,


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