Tag: running shoes

The best running shoes you can buy in 2019 according to Runners World.

The best running shoes you can buy in 2019 according to Runners World. If you are in the market for new running shoes, some new and notable designs are now available from manufacturers such as Hoka, Saucony, New Balance to name a few. Designs are changing, as the competitive market place responds to new boutique manufacturers entering the market with fresh ideas on how to design a running shoe.  Some manufacturers such as Hoka, known for their deep pocket design have been purchased by larger companies such as Deckers, which may be why you can now find them in the Read More »

When should you replace your running shoes?

When should you replace your running shoes? A common question asked of us is when should running shoes be replaced? Many runners routinely wear and alternate between two pairs of running shoes, and will replace them based on the mileage they put in.   Not all runners are so serious, however, painful conditions such as plantar fasciitis, back pain and even knee pain can occur if the shoes are worn out or if the suspension system in the shoe is irreparably damaged. If you are built asymmetrically, wearing a good foot orthotic can reduce the wear on your current shoes.  This Read More »

The CEO of Brooks Running discusses how their shoe designs are adapting to the latest science of running.

The CEO of Brooks Running discusses how their shoe designs are adapting to the latest science of running. Recently, Brooks introduced their new Adrenaline shoe, which is a significant design update of their very popular Brooks Adrenaline shoe line. Runners are superstitious, and are less likely to want to try a new version of their shoe, but Brooks took the chance and the new design is catching on. Brooks is now a division of Berkshire Hathaway and the CEO of Brooks, Jim Weber was recently interviewed regarding the shoe line and the science behind how they design their shoes. According Read More »

Are highly cushioned running shoes causing more running impact injuries?

Are highly cushioned running shoes causing more running impact injuries? Training and repetitive running regimens are often blamed for running injuries.  In response to this, running shoe companies have developed many designs that increase cushioning or spread out the point of impact. Shoes like the Hoka brand do this effectively. Other shoes are designed to have you strike the ground with your mid foot, since a mid foot stride is considered less stressful on the legs, and helps you distribute shock from the ground up better.  Others have developed a more minimalist approach to running with shoes that offer a Read More »

5 Signs You’re Wearing the Wrong Shoes for Running, a guest post

5 Signs You’re Wearing the Wrong Shoes for Running, a guest post Running may seem like a simple physical activity. After all, you only need to reach a certain distance in the fastest way you can—what could be the problem with that, right? One thing that people should understand is the fact that running is an art that is not that easy to master. There are lots of things that you should think about and try to learn while running—your breathing, heart rate, rest, recovery, strength training and many more. But the most important art to master is finding the Read More »