Shoes for Pose Running

Runners are understandably very interested in the topic of running shoes, since without running shoes most runners would be unable to train, or at least train with any significant mileage. Or would they?



 

A Steep Change in Performance… or Not ?

Continuity in running is important and improvement in performance is often gradual over a period of time but can also be experienced as a step change in performance. This happened to me during the 2010 running season after a few years of regular running but without much development. All of a sudden I reached goals I had had for a



 

Battling the Elements: Keeping Shoes Fit this Season

The transitional months of spring can take a toll on running shoes—whether you’re a trail runner, a road runner, or a mix of both, a winter thaw mixed with spring showers can make the freshest shoe look and feel ages old in a matter of weeks. By following a few simple steps, you can keep shoes looking new—and most




 

GO OUT AND RUN!

Originally posted on CoachingEndurance.com, just watch it: it is guaranteed to make you want to go out and run!


 

Long May You Run. A Great Book for Every Runner.

Long May You Run is an unconventional running book. It is not a training book, or a gear selection book, a motivational book or a biography/life experience book - It's all this in one, very enjoyable book.


 

What is Pose Running – Part II

There is a lot of confusion out there on the specifics about Pose Running Technique. I’ll do my best not add to that confusion with this brief overview, but unfortunately Pose Running Technique is “deceptively simple”, and there is a lot of subtlety that is difficult to convey within a few paragraphs. However,




 

GPS Running Watches: Selecting the Best for You

If you have yet to discover how GPS running watches can improve your workout routine, you're in for a nice surprise. The effective tools of running can help improve your time, distance, and confidence when running. Just like choosing the right shoes, the right clothes, and the right running path choosing the right watch can make


 

What is Pose Running? – Part I

All over the Internet, in running circles, there has been a lot of discussion about Pose Running and Dr. Nicholas Romanov who is the creator of the Pose Method®. Based on what I’ve read, there is a lot of confusion and misunderstanding about what Pose Running is and the theory behind it. This confusion is not just confined



 

Newton Running, the Boulder (Co) based running company, has started to offer a Natural Running form coaching certification that provides coaches with knowledge designed to assist clients with efficient running form, injury prevention and training goals. The program is designed to give coaches the knowledge and tools to


 

Somnio, the maker of the only customizable running shoes, is announcing the launch of its new minimalist running shoe: the Nada. Complete with a zero heel to toe drop and weighing in at only 3.5 ounces, the Nada is a starter kit for those who want to bring minimalist training into their running routine. The kit was designed


 

Nike and TomTom Develop Nike+ SportWatch GPS

Jan 6th 2011: Nike and TomTom revealed yesterday, during CES Las Vegas, their collaboration in the making of the new Nike+ SportWatch GPS Powered by TomTom. The new running watch will combine unique functionality, beautiful design, and direct connection to www.nikeplus.com, the world’s leading running community counting almost


 

An Eyewear Guide for Runners

Have you ever tried running in your glasses? It probably wasn't much of a success. Your normal glasses work well in the office or while lounging around at home, but they aren’t designed to hold up to the strain caused by athletic activity


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