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Are there any materials that work better than others when you're training outside?
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Whether the motivation is fitness, mental health, being part of a community or supporting a great cause, everyone has something to gain from a sport as simple as putting one foot in front of the other.
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Running is one of the few great activities that can cause both euphoric pleasure and mind-numbing pain at the same time. If there's one thing worse than a running injury, it's never reaching your true potential as an athlete.
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The foot is complex; it has 33 joints and huge neurological potential. It is supposed to be able to maneuver and adapt to different terrains and communicate with the brain about whole-body balance and proprioception. Proprioception is the feedback loop between your body and brain that allows your brain to know where your body is in space.
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Last year's running shoes getting a little tired? Fortunately, activewear brands have been busy coming up with new styles and new technology to offer their best running shoes yet. Here is a selection...
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Last year's running shoes getting a little tired? Fortunately, activewear brands have been busy coming up with new styles and new technology. Among the running shoes introduced for women for this seas...
Mike Anderson has trained a lot of runners for their first 10-kilometre race. But the runner who has made him most proud is his son Braden, 19. The teen, who has autism, hadn’t run more than 50 metres...
Would you wear your Crocs to go for a run? Well, now you can. Kinda. Crosskix Footwear has launched a Kickstarter campaign that pre-sells running shoes which look a lot like the love-them-or-loathe-th...
The invention of the running shoe is "the worst crime ever committed against the human foot." To see the proof, one needn't look further than the mysterious Tarahumara Indians of Mexico for whom 300-mile runs were routine, and 60-mile runs a jaunt. They wear nothing but sandals, and suffer no injuries.