Shoe runner – Yeezys http://yeezys.org/ Thu, 19 May 2022 15:31:45 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://yeezys.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-2021-10-14T150347.692-120x120.png Shoe runner – Yeezys http://yeezys.org/ 32 32 6 of the best summer road shoes for every type of runner https://yeezys.org/6-of-the-best-summer-road-shoes-for-every-type-of-runner/ Thu, 19 May 2022 15:31:45 +0000 https://yeezys.org/6-of-the-best-summer-road-shoes-for-every-type-of-runner/ As warm weather approaches, brands continue to release great new models for all surfaces, from roads to hills. Here, our resident running shoe guru takes a look at some of the best new shoes for every type of run. BEST Update of 2022 – Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 39 – £109.95 Sportsshoes.com One of the […]]]>
As warm weather approaches, brands continue to release great new models for all surfaces, from roads to hills.

Here, our resident running shoe guru takes a look at some of the best new shoes for every type of run.

BEST Update of 2022 – Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 39 – £109.95

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One of the most popular running shoes of all time gets refreshed in what might be the best version ever. 39and The Pegasus model edition offers a familiar yet updated ride while retaining some styling details from the original.

Now featuring the brand’s React foam midsole that houses Zoom Air cushioning units in the heel and forefoot, the ride is soft and fluid yet responsive enough to pick up the pace. It is also more stable than the last two editions, but still a shoe that is best suited for the neutral runner.

The upper uses engineered mesh with Flywire lacing technology and a midfoot taping to provide a secure midfoot fit with simple styling for a clean look.

The sole takes the original Waffle design and reinvents it for a versatile traction pattern that works well on a wide variety of surfaces.

In conclusion, this is a great update and it will definitely be popular with Pegasus fans as well as those trying it out for the first time.

Nike Pegasus 38

BEST for Cushioning – On Cloudmonster – £140.00

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The game changer from On, the “Monster” increases cushioning and performance and should see this model become a more mainstream contender. An everyday mileage shoe, the Monster retains the brand’s Helion foam and CloudTec midsole, but it’s softer and there’s more!

The shoe is instantly welcoming and plush and once you start running, that chunky midsole simply absorbs impact and welcomes every stride. It’s softer than any of the brand’s previous models and an instant hit.

The upper is typical of the brand, with neat finishes and a perfect fit. It’s well made, uses premium materials, and wraps the foot beautifully.

If you’ve always been intrigued by the brand but have never tried them, now is the time to do so, as this is undoubtedly their best model yet and could boost the already hugely popular brand. to new heights!

ON Cloud Monster

ON Cloud Monster

BEST ‘stable’ super shoe – Craft CTM Ultra Carbon Race Rebel – £210.00

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Craft brings its carbon racing shoe to the road with this lightweight model. The previous version of the shoe had an outsole intended more for light trails. Here we see a new, smoother sole in a lighter package that’s perfect for road racing.

The deep stack height (40mm) and 10mm heel-to-toe drop, combined with an aggressive “rocker” shape, help the shoe “roll” quickly throughout the gait, while the tread plate carbon adds to the thrust. At just 185g it feels light and fast, with a bit firmer feel than many carbon options and with it more stable.

The upper uses an engineered mesh, seamless design that hugs the midfoot while leaving plenty of volume in the forefoot, allowing the toes to spread out.

This is a stable carbon “super shoe” that will appeal to those who find most other options on the market too soft or unstable.

CTM craftsmanship

CTM craftsmanship

BEST for tempo racing – HOKA Mach Supersonic – £125.00

Hoka.com

Hoka fans will already be familiar with the Mach model and, as the name of this shoe suggests, it takes many features from the Mach and adds a new PROFLY+ midsole. It’s that ‘+’ that makes the real difference here, giving this model a much more ‘bouncy’ ride and which will hopefully be used in the brand’s carbon plated running shoes in the future.

It’s a much improved feel that’s a joy to run at any pace. Like the brand’s other models, it’s a simple design and construction, a midsole that integrates the outsole, and a seamless jacquard mesh upper.

It all adds up to a lightweight shoe (about 235g) that fits great and performs like a running shoe even on easy days, making it a really fun shoe to slip on as a daily trainer.

New Balance 880v12

New Balance 880v12

BEST High Mileage Shoe – New Balance Fresh Foam X 880v12 – £130.00

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Now featuring a dual-layered midsole that includes the brand’s premium Fresh Foam X material, the new 880 gets a great update.

The large layer of fresh foam adds a softer, more responsive feel to the shoe, giving it a superior level of cushioning.

The upper is also refreshed, with a new engineered mesh design that offers a good level of stretch that accommodates the foot and complements the cushioning. The ankle collar retains the flared Achilles tongue which reduces the risk of chafing and helps the foot lock into place.

The new model is a great daily trainer that’s comfortable right off the bat and thanks to the new foam midsole it should maintain that comfort for many miles.

New Balance 880v12

New Balance 880v12

BEST value – Puma Velocity Nitro 2 – £100.00

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Lightweight with a responsive feel and PUMAGRIP outsole, this shoe offers exceptional value for money.

NITRO foam padding is part of the new generation of padding foams now favored by manufacturers for its responsive, almost “elastic” feel. At any pace, the shoe is snappy and exciting to run. The soft, breathable mesh upper fits well and the simple design works well to support the foot.

The PUMAGRIP rubber outsole was a revelation for the brand and is now present on all their running specific shoes. It is durable and provides excellent traction on a variety of surfaces.

At just £100, this model really offers great value for money.

Puma Velocity Nitro 2

Puma Velocity Nitro 2

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Honest review of the new Adidas Yeezy Foam Runner shoes! https://yeezys.org/honest-review-of-the-new-adidas-yeezy-foam-runner-shoes/ Mon, 16 May 2022 17:24:06 +0000 https://yeezys.org/honest-review-of-the-new-adidas-yeezy-foam-runner-shoes/ The Adidas Yeezy Foam Runners hit the market by surprise in June 2020. It sold out as soon as it hit the market. However, since they went on sale, they have maintained their popularity among shoe lovers. These shoes have become the talk of the town for several good reasons. So here is a quick […]]]>

The Adidas Yeezy Foam Runners hit the market by surprise in June 2020. It sold out as soon as it hit the market. However, since they went on sale, they have maintained their popularity among shoe lovers.

These shoes have become the talk of the town for several good reasons. So here is a quick review of these Adidas Yeezy Foam Runners.

Shoe fitting

Adidas Yeezy foam running shoes usually run a bit smaller. However, it is only available in full size. So if you are a half size it is best to go up as the shoe has a thick layer of foam towards the toe area. And if you have the actual size, you should stick to your actual size.

When we talk about heel lock, these shoes keep your feet exceptionally secure without wearing heel slippage. Plus, your feet won’t slip even when you’re sweating thanks to the honeycomb material under your feet.

Cushioning of the Adidas Yeezy Foam Runner

The cushioning of the shoe is excellent. It’s really soft under your feet, like you’ve just worn it out of the box. We can compare its responsive but soft cushioning with the excellent Adidas Boost or Nike React.

Other typical shoes compared to the Adidas Yeezy Foam Runner are the classic Crocs. However, Adidas Yeezy’s cushioning is noticeably more comfortable and gentle on the soles of your feet. Also, wearing these shoes does not feel like standing on a platform as they have a medium heel height.

Material of the Yeezys

There is not much to say about the hardware of these runners. It is made of high quality algae-based foam. These are made in the USA with functionally durable and visually appealing foam.

You can just remove the scuffs with a towel and normal water no matter how hard you wear them. The best part is that people don’t face any issues like wear and tear, bumps or cuts even after wearing them for months.

Tensile characteristic

The traction pattern of the shoe suggests the wavy pattern on the base of the shoe in all flex areas. The pull feature of the skates is not too thick and has quite a large space between each wave. This makes them perfect shoes for casual wear and not so recommended for running, especially when it’s raining.

It’s surprising to have the traction pattern in an entire foam shoe. The traction puts you at ease and has full grip. There are chances of minor traction loss even after regular use of the shoes. They are great for long term use.

All in all, it’s quite nice to have a pair of Adidas Yeezy Foam Runner shoes. It is something that would catch viewers attention even if people are not a big fan of sneakers.

For a retail price of $80, they are doing very well in the market. At this price, they are surprisingly very comfortable. It has a soft, cushioned sole that molds to the shape of your feet.

The Yeezy foam runner is both durable and attractive, and according to customer reviews, it lasts much longer than any other 100% authentic foam shoe. Moreover, the holes in the shoes make them perfect to wear even in hot climate regions. Another best thing about it is its unique aesthetic.

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Tiny runner stuns crowd as she wins race – after returning for her lost shoe https://yeezys.org/tiny-runner-stuns-crowd-as-she-wins-race-after-returning-for-her-lost-shoe/ Fri, 13 May 2022 15:15:00 +0000 https://yeezys.org/tiny-runner-stuns-crowd-as-she-wins-race-after-returning-for-her-lost-shoe/ Call her the homecoming child. A young girl stunned onlookers after winning a 200m sprint – despite losing her shoe along the way and turning to look for it. Seven-year-old Talaya Crawford pulled off the remarkable feat at a track and field meet held in Omaha, Nebraska last Saturday. The incredible moment was recorded by […]]]>

Call her the homecoming child.

A young girl stunned onlookers after winning a 200m sprint – despite losing her shoe along the way and turning to look for it.

Seven-year-old Talaya Crawford pulled off the remarkable feat at a track and field meet held in Omaha, Nebraska last Saturday.

The incredible moment was recorded by her famous father, boxer Terence “Bud” Crawford, who first posted the footage to his Instagram page on Sunday.

“I just can’t stop thinking about my daughters track meet yesterday,” Bud wrote alongside the video. “She just doesn’t have a clue how much she’s just motivated me. That’s the definition of not giving [up], heart and courage. She let it all drag on even when she was hit by adversity.

The clip was then reposted on Twitter, where it has been viewed 9 million times.

Goof: Talaya was seen losing her shoe right after the starting pistol shot, signaling the start of the 200-meter sprint.
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The youngster quickly went back to get the shoe and decided to persevere, despite falling significantly behind his competitors.
The youngster quickly returned to retrieve the shoe and put it back on. She decided to persevere, despite being significantly behind her competitors.
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The video shows young Talaya losing her shoe just seconds after the start shot, signaling the start of the 200-meter race.

The youngster immediately realizes that he is missing the shoes and turns to retrieve the item, quickly putting it back in place.

While most of the kids may have given up, Talaya chooses to persevere and sprints ahead, despite falling far behind her competition.

Get in front!  Talaya outperformed her competitors and crossed the finish line in first place.
Get in front! Talaya outperformed her competitors and crossed the finish line in first place.
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“Come on Talaya! Go Talaya! her family can be heard shouting from the stands, as the speedy 7-year-old begins to close in on her fellow racers.

Remarkably, the elementary school student outruns her rivals at the midpoint, getting a head start on the competition and staying there until she crosses the finish line.

Spectators seemed shocked by Talaya’s unlikely victory – and viewers on social media had the exact same reaction.

“Superstar already. I’ve never seen anyone put on a shoe and win so much in a 200m race! one Instagram user remarked.

“That’s the definition of not giving [up]heart and courage,” proud father Terence “Bud” Crawford said of his daughter Talaya’s remarkable win.
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Another emotionally added: ‘My wife and I watched it three times in a row, both impressed that she didn’t just get mad and quit. I don’t think most kids would pout or cry. Not only does she stick to it and finish, but she comes back to dominate in some way. We should all have his courage.

Meanwhile, Talaya’s running coach, Shunta Paul, told Omaha.com the youngster was “embarrassed” by the blunder and promised to make sure her shoelaces were tied before the start. of every future race.

But Paul said it was really Talaya who taught people around the world an important lesson: “Never give up!

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Allbirds Trail Runner SWT for trail running and hiking + Photos https://yeezys.org/allbirds-trail-runner-swt-for-trail-running-and-hiking-photos/ Wed, 11 May 2022 20:49:03 +0000 https://yeezys.org/allbirds-trail-runner-swt-for-trail-running-and-hiking-photos/ When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Allbirds has released a performance sneaker for trail running and hiking – the Trail Runner SWT. The shoe uses all of Allbirds durable materials and features grippy outsoles and mudguards. After trying a pair, the Trail Runner SWT is my new […]]]>

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  • Allbirds has released a performance sneaker for trail running and hiking – the Trail Runner SWT.
  • The shoe uses all of Allbirds durable materials and features grippy outsoles and mudguards.
  • After trying a pair, the Trail Runner SWT is my new favorite shoe for outdoor activities.

With a popular performance running sneaker and a boundary-pushing collaboration with Adidas, Allbirds have made a name for themselves in the running sneaker category. Now, the brand known for its durable footwear is stepping away from the trail and tarmac and heading to the trail with its latest running sneaker, the Trail Runner SWT.

Designed for trail running, hiking, and all-terrain walking, the Trail Runner SWT features a durable water-repellent upper, a sock-like fit to keep dirt and debris out, and durable outsoles with 4mm multi-directional treads for all-way traction. terms.

Allbirds Trail Runner SWT

The treads may look like macaroni, but they deliver incredible traction on everything from pavement and grass to dirt and gravel.

Amir Ismael / Initiate


Like any other pair of Allbirds shoes, the Trail Runner SWT uses durable materials throughout the design. You’ll find a blend of merino wool and eucalyptus fibers on the upper of the shoe, SweetFoam midsoles made from sugar cane, merino wool heel liners, merino wool and recycled ripstop polyester, recycled plastic laces, castor oil-based insoles and natural rubber outsoles.

Despite being rugged and trail-ready, the Trail Runner SWT is still incredibly light. Compared to the Tree Dasher 2, Allbirds latest performance running sneaker, the Trail Runner is just 2.06 ounces heavier.

What the Trail Runner SWT looks like

Allbirds Trail Runner SWT

Amir wears the Allbirds Trail Runner SWT sneakers with the Allbirds R&R hoodie and track pants.

Amir Ismael / Initiate


While I appreciate the durability and comfort of Allbirds, my personal taste generally draws me towards more unique and collectible sneakers, but the Allbirds Trail Runner SWT is my new favorite for outdoor activities.

I don’t have a lot of hiking shoes in my collection, but of the few I have, the Allbirds Trail Runner SWT is the best due to its understated style and light weight.

While most hiking shoes take on a technical, rugged aesthetic that looks out of place in a casual setting, the Trail Runner SWT can easily be worn when you’re off the trail. Besides hiking, I have worn them while biking and they have worked just as well. At 12.36 ounces, they are much lighter than most traditional hiking shoes, allowing you to comfortably do other activities that you would typically want lightweight shoes for.

In addition to how they look on the feet, the Trail Runner features similar comfort technology as other Allbirds performance running sneakers. The upper isn’t as breathable as some of the all-knit shoes due to the water-resistant mudguards, but it’s a solid compromise for keeping feet dry while trekking.

Allbirds Trail Runner SWT

Close up of the Allbirds Trail Runner SWT ripstop mudguard and taped seams.

Amir Ismael / Initiate


Size and Fit

I usually wear a size 8.5 so I choose a size 9 in Allbirds sneakers which only come in full sizes. However, the Trail Runner SWT and other performance models from Allbirds are available in half sizes, which is a major plus.

I picked up a size 9 before I knew this was available in half sizes and I have a little extra room in the toes, but the sock-like design still makes them secure on my feet. I would recommend ordering the right size, but if you plan to wear your Trail Runners with thicker hiking socks, go up a half size.

The bottom line

The Trail Runner SWT is a great shoe overall and another clear indication that Allbirds is not complacent in the shoe industry. The brand has done a great job in making casual and comfortable shoes, but its consistent focus on performance proves that the brand can successfully make all types of shoes.

At $140, the Trail Runner SWT is more expensive than other Allbirds shoes, but that’s to be expected for a performance model. Compared to similar hiking boots, these are still relatively affordable and, in my opinion, more versatile due to their low profile styling.

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How Running Changed Me – Eddie Purtell https://yeezys.org/how-running-changed-me-eddie-purtell/ Tue, 10 May 2022 16:54:01 +0000 https://yeezys.org/how-running-changed-me-eddie-purtell/ Name: Eddie PurtellAge: 28Hometown: Denver, Colorado (from Milwaukee, Wisconsin)Execution time : 11 years oldReason to run: I run because it’s a great form of exercise. I love that you can run anywhere and have amazing views. I’m also running to raise money to find a cure for Neurofibromatosis (NF), which is a genetic disease I’ve […]]]>

Name: Eddie Purtell
Age: 28
Hometown: Denver, Colorado (from Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Execution time : 11 years old
Reason to run: I run because it’s a great form of exercise. I love that you can run anywhere and have amazing views. I’m also running to raise money to find a cure for Neurofibromatosis (NF), which is a genetic disease I’ve had since birth.


My neurofibromatosis (NF) journey began at birth. I was born with a tumor behind my left eye, and at 4 months old I was diagnosed with Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1).

NF is a group of genetic disorders that causes tumors to grow on nerves throughout the body. Throughout my childhood, I underwent several surgeries and MRIs to monitor tumor growth. When I was 8, I had a 16-hour surgery performed by three surgeons, who attempted to shrink the tumor in my head. This resulted in 52 stitches on the top of my head. After this operation, my doctors continued to monitor the tumor growth, which led to further surgeries. In all, I’ve had over 20 surgeries throughout my life. At this time, I have no procedures planned for the future. I am in excellent health.

My running “career” started in May 2011. I was playing soccer on my high school varsity team and wanted to run more to get in better shape for the soccer season. I felt good when I started running. I was already a good runner having played football almost all my life. Over the years I have definitely improved my pace and distance.

One day in the summer of 2011, I ran a little further than usual. When I got home, I explained to my dad the route I had taken and he said, “Eddie, that’s probably six and a half miles!

My dad had already run a half marathon for NF and was doing another one in about a month. I thought if I could run six and a half miles (which is about half the distance of a half marathon), how hard would it be to go twice as far?

After that first run, I got addicted to running. I’ve done at least one half marathon every year since (apart from 2013 when I had reconstructive jaw surgery), as well as the Chicago Marathon in 2017.

When I first started running, I didn’t really use apps or training plans. I sometimes used MapMyRun to create routes and see how far I was running. Other than that, I did three runs during the week, each around three to five miles, and I did a longer run on the weekends, six to 12 miles. I started fundraising to find a cure for NF through the Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF), and knowing I’m having an impact is what drives me. (To date, I’ve raised over $130,000 for NF.)

Currently, I’m getting back into longer runs now that the ski season is over (another passion of mine). Looking ahead, I plan to do a half marathon in the fall and maybe a trail half marathon this summer. I currently do two to three miles four times during the week, and sometimes a four to five mile run on the weekends.

Running has completely changed my life. It’s a simple and effective way to stay in shape. Running makes me feel good and it’s a great way to clear my mind and release stress. If I hadn’t gotten into running, I might never have started fundraising for CFF and would have become the National Ambassador for NF 2022. Although myself and many others were born with NF (or are diagnosed with it later), we are still able to run half marathons and marathons.


These three tips have made my running journey a success:

1. Find good shoes

Every runner is different and will have different preferences. So I recommend going to a running store to find a shoe you like. The right shoe can make all the difference. Having the right shoes has helped me avoid injuries and improve my pace.

2. Create a great playlist

I love music, and it certainly helps to have a great playlist to play on for longer distances. Playlists have helped me keep my energy high on longer runs and can help give me a little kick.

3. Get a fitness watch and a route planner

I would also recommend having some type of fitness watch like Garmin, Fitbit or Apple Watch. This way you can track your runs and see how you are doing and track your progress. Finally, I recommend finding good (and fun) routes around you.


Eddie’s Essential Gear

Altra Torin 5: I recently purchased these shoes and love them. I love the fit and appreciate that they are shaped like the feet which leaves more room in the toe box.

Garmin Forerunner 935: I love Garmin watches because they are great for tracking any activity and the additional data it tracks on your workouts. I also like Garmin’s battery life, which is very important for fitness watches.

Airpods Pro: I love the AirPods Pro. I think these are the best headphones I’ve used for working out or running. In the past, I had issues with headphones staying in my ears while running. I’ve never had a problem with the AirPods staying in place.


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Kenny Moore, runner who helped Bill Bowerman develop Nike Cortez, dies – Footwear News https://yeezys.org/kenny-moore-runner-who-helped-bill-bowerman-develop-nike-cortez-dies-footwear-news/ Thu, 05 May 2022 18:55:15 +0000 https://yeezys.org/kenny-moore-runner-who-helped-bill-bowerman-develop-nike-cortez-dies-footwear-news/ Kenny Moore, an Olympic and University of Oregon runner who ran for Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman, died Wednesday in Kailua, Hawaii, at the age of 78, OregonLive reported. As a student at the University of Oregon, Moore raced under Bowerman, ending his college career with three All-American honors and two national titles for the team. […]]]>

Kenny Moore, an Olympic and University of Oregon runner who ran for Nike co-founder Bill Bowerman, died Wednesday in Kailua, Hawaii, at the age of 78, OregonLive reported.

As a student at the University of Oregon, Moore raced under Bowerman, ending his college career with three All-American honors and two national titles for the team. He placed 14th in the 1968 Olympics and fourth in 1972.

“We are deeply saddened by today’s news of the passing of OU great Kenny Moore,” the University of Oregon Athletics said in a statement. Tweeter. “Among his contributions to athletics, he was an Olympian, UO All-American, journalist and screenwriter. Our thoughts and condolences to his family and friends. We will miss you, Kenny.

Moore was also instrumental in the development of the iconic Nike Cortez running sneaker. Bowerman built the shoe with Moore in mind and had him test different versions for months. The sneaker was supposed to have a more durable sole, with cushioning and arch support.

“Each shoe was custom made for me,” Moore said in a Nike blog post discussing the shoe’s iterations. “I had the privilege of becoming a better racer every time I put on a new prototype.”

Nike celebrated Moore’s connection to the silhouette with the “Kenny Moore Collection” in 2017.

Moore’s passing marks another major loss in the Nike world this week. Earlier this week, design icon Peter Moore, the architect behind the legendary Air Jordan 1 basketball shoe and iconic Nike Dunk, passed away.

Moore has spent decades in the footwear industry and is responsible for several iconic sneakers including the Air Jordan 1. Along with the Air Jordan 1, Moore also designed the instantly recognizable Jumpman and Wings logos synonymous with the basketball icon. NBA Michael Jordan and his namesake. Jordan brand.

“We are deeply saddened by the loss of Peter Moore, an iconic designer, whose legacy will forever be linked to Jordan Brand, and the sneaker culture he helped create. We extend our deepest condolences to the Moore family during this time,” Howard White, SVP of Jordan Brand, said in a statement.

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Inside Running Podcast Episode 235: Sydney 10 | payton jordan invite https://yeezys.org/inside-running-podcast-episode-235-sydney-10-payton-jordan-invite/ Thu, 05 May 2022 12:17:58 +0000 https://yeezys.org/inside-running-podcast-episode-235-sydney-10-payton-jordan-invite/ This episode of Inside Running The podcast is brought to you by PILLAR Performance – Australia’s leading sports micronutrition brand – providing high strength formulations to support recovery, increase energy and relieve joint inflammation for endurance athletes. Available online now at www.pillarperformance.shop Brad recaps his week and his nerves before running a solid 30:26 at […]]]>

This episode of Inside Running The podcast is brought to you by PILLAR Performance – Australia’s leading sports micronutrition brand – providing high strength formulations to support recovery, increase energy and relieve joint inflammation for endurance athletes.

Available online now at www.pillarperformance.shop

Brad recaps his week and his nerves before running a solid 30:26 at the Sydney 10.

Julian explores the long routes by bike and begins his return.

Brady lingers in the week for the sake of his ankle and turns to Jells Park Relays.

Lisa Weightman wins the Sydney10 in 31:20 over Leanne Pompeani with Jessica Noble completing the podium. Kieren Perkins won the race in 28:57 ahead of Kieren Tall and Liam Boudin. sydney 10 Results

the The Payton Jordan Invitational featured several Australians, including Team Tempo steeplechase duo Matt Clarke and Max Stevens, while Brielle Erbacher and Cara Feain-Ryan topped the women’s steeplechase.

the The women’s 5000m featured Lauren Ryan in 15:30, Paige Campbell in 15:36 then Ruby Smee in 15:58 and Caitlin Adams in 16:02.

Stanford athlete Ky Robinson ran 27:47 in the 10000m, while Isaac Heyne ran 13:30 in the men’s 5000m. Payton Results Jordan

Listener The question asks if modern mosses replace the need to run on grass and dirt to reduce impact on the body.

the boys exam New Balance 860v12, and review the shoe’s specs, features and design, who it’s for and how it’s used.

lululemon features this week’s edition of the Training Talk and outlines the ins and outs of post-run exercises and strides, explaining their importance and why they should be done.

Momentum then is baffled by people jogging in their supershoes before lathering on the upcoming New Balance Supercomp Trainer.

Tickets will soon be available for the IRP Gold Coast Marathon Live Show presented by Pillar

Performance which will be held at the Southport RSL with patreon supporters enjoying early access and a discount when the sale goes live. The boys conclude with a preview of the next

His Race track encounter featuring a number of elite riders chasing qualifying as well as the opening round of the XCR 22 at Jells Park Relays this weekend.

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Runner’s World Field Test: Nathan Sunglasses https://yeezys.org/runners-world-field-test-nathan-sunglasses/ Wed, 04 May 2022 17:22:58 +0000 https://yeezys.org/runners-world-field-test-nathan-sunglasses/ You never know what you’ll face on your run – clouds of gnats, squalls of sand, blinding sunlight – which is why putting on sunglasses is as crucial as tightening the strap of your GPS watch. before training. To get the maximum benefit, you need a pair of sunglasses that fits your face properly, protects […]]]>

You never know what you’ll face on your run – clouds of gnats, squalls of sand, blinding sunlight – which is why putting on sunglasses is as crucial as tightening the strap of your GPS watch. before training.

To get the maximum benefit, you need a pair of sunglasses that fits your face properly, protects your eyes from all angles, and looks good. While there are plenty of expensive models that do all of this – some are $275 – we do have more affordable sunglasses, like Goodr ($25) and Knockaround ($28). Added to this list: Nathan’s slightly more expensive shades for $50.

Nat

Sunrise Polarized Running Sunglasses

Nat
nathansports.com

$50.00

  • Tested: Nathan Polarized Running Sunglasses
  • Width: Narrow/medium
  • Mass: 27g
  • Price: $50
  • Compatible Rx Lenses

    Last year, the brand best known for its hydration packs and portable water bottles started selling running apparel. You can now wear Nathan’s gear from head to toe. After more than a month of testing his sunglasses, we were very impressed with how comfortable they sat on our face without slipping and the quality of the polarized lenses providing adequate UV protection and glare reduction. .

    by the numbers

    10 TESTERS

    778 MILES

    8 US STATES

    6 DIFFERENT CLIMATE ZONES

    Nine RW+ members and I tested these goggles for a total of 778 miles. Like many of our testers, I liked that Nathan’s lenses didn’t fog up and the tint wasn’t too dark. I like to take advantage of the sunlight without my midday landscape appearing as dark as night.

    Several testers said they liked how little the lenses slipped, even in hot weather. One noted that she usually had trouble with the goggles slipping off mid-ride due to her low nose bridge. I had the same problem and often have to press down on the bridge of my nose to hold the frame in place. Nathan’s sunglasses stayed on, for the most part.

    Once the temperature rose and it became Sweat City, there was a slight slippage as well as rubbing on the tops of my ears. But it’s a small compromise we found with these goggles, and one that’s easily remedied by attaching silicone ear clips for summer runs.




    For more information on field testing and how to become a tester, visit runnersworld.com/field-test

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The race continues for Raleigh runner after fainting at Boston Marathon finish line :: WRALSportsFan.com https://yeezys.org/the-race-continues-for-raleigh-runner-after-fainting-at-boston-marathon-finish-line-wralsportsfan-com/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 17:52:00 +0000 https://yeezys.org/the-race-continues-for-raleigh-runner-after-fainting-at-boston-marathon-finish-line-wralsportsfan-com/ By Ryan Bisesi, WRAL Multiplatform Producer Raleigh, North Carolina — The road to the finish line is not going as planned. Sometimes what happens next doesn’t go as planned either. Minutes after finishing the Boston Marathon, Kate Sanborn woke up in the medical tent, contrary to what the veteran long-distance runner already qualified for the […]]]>

— The road to the finish line is not going as planned.

Sometimes what happens next doesn’t go as planned either.

Minutes after finishing the Boston Marathon, Kate Sanborn woke up in the medical tent, contrary to what the veteran long-distance runner already qualified for the Olympic trials had expected.

The culmination of things that need to happen for a runner to run their perfect race is based on a number of factors, some of which seem beyond the athlete’s control.

For Sanborn, she was blindsided by the end.

“When I crossed the line, I passed out,” Sanborn said. who grew up in Fayetteville and now lives in Raleigh. “When I crossed, I remember tripping and waving.”

Sanborn put an abrupt end to what she hoped would be her best performance of her racing career. Sanborn placed 29th in her group and finished in two hours and 40 minutes. It was his second-best marathon time, but several minutes slower than his personal best of two hours and 33 minutes at the Chevron Houston Marathon in January.

How does a physically fit 24-year-old struggle to cross the finish line? Doctors said Sanborn had low blood sugar that day, something she hadn’t experienced since a high school cross-country meet.

Nevertheless, Sanborn was already looking ahead as soon as she regained consciousness.

“I spoke to my agent because I was trying to piece things together since I was done. He said, ‘Do you know what you said as soon as you woke up in the medical tent?’ I was like, ‘No,'” Sanborn recalled. “He said the first thing I said was that I wanted to do Grandma’s marathon, which is, like, two months away. He was like, ‘How about we get together? ‘agreement on the Boston Marathon next year?'”

In Boston, she paced at around 5:20 a mile at first, which she thought she would eventually pay for at the time. After accumulating a lot of nervous energy before the race, Sanborn thinks she could have used it to her advantage in the early stages.

The first 10 miles or so felt like other marathons she’s run, but at some point her vision became blurry and her legs started cramping. She said she lost feeling in her face and legs and had to slow down.

“I definitely slowed down. I couldn’t feel how fast I was going or feel anything,” Sanborn said. “It was like, ‘Oh, shit, we’re in a hole.'”

The stars didn’t align for Sanborn as she had hoped, but she appreciates the opportunity as well. In the fall of 2020, Sanborn was hit by a car while walking for coffee near NC State. She was unable to train for four months and did not regain speed for months and did not regain her pre-accident condition. Sometimes when preparing for a race, Sanborn will run over 100 miles a week.

“Whatever best you do that day is all you can ask of your legs,” Sanborn said. “You can do the whole workout perfectly and it can all be fine, but it’s two and a half hours on your feet and anything can happen and your body just can’t have its day. Understanding that the marathon has a lot of parts of work, I try to give him a little grace.”

“It was just a day off,” Sanborn said. “I think you have to experience the hardships of the marathon to appreciate the days when you really put everything together.”

Sanborn qualified for the 2024 Olympic Trials. She was one of the youngest athletes to compete in the 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta. Sanborn signed with a running agency, Elite Runner Management.

Sanborn is about to earn a master’s degree in statistics from NCSU and take a job at Duke Hospital. Sanborn graduated from Pinecrest High and went to West Point until transferring to NCSU. She also works at Runology, a running store in Raleigh, to pass on knowledge of a passion she’s had most of her life.

“I ran my first half mile barefoot on that gravel road in Michigan,” she said. “I think I was two years old. I was just yelling, ‘Run! Run!’ and I just loved it.”

For now, she is a shoe for the Boston Marathon next year, where she will seek revenge.

“It’s a part of me that needs to right a wrong,” Sanborn said. “It’s a small problem and a challenge that I want to go and conquer and do better next year.”

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Middle Distance Runner, Isaiah Harris, Tips For Speed https://yeezys.org/middle-distance-runner-isaiah-harris-tips-for-speed/ Mon, 25 Apr 2022 16:47:05 +0000 https://yeezys.org/middle-distance-runner-isaiah-harris-tips-for-speed/ Sprinters are sometimes flashier, while marathon runners can be known as braver, but when it comes to describing middle-distance runners, a quietly confident combination of flash and courage is what it takes to excel. . The 400 and 800 meters are sometimes overlooked components of running conditioning in people’s programs, but could be very beneficial […]]]>

Sprinters are sometimes flashier, while marathon runners can be known as braver, but when it comes to describing middle-distance runners, a quietly confident combination of flash and courage is what it takes to excel. .

The 400 and 800 meters are sometimes overlooked components of running conditioning in people’s programs, but could be very beneficial in a variety of ways. While marathon training requires a lot of endurance and sprinting uses a lot of anaerobic force, running these medium distances requires a combination of strength and endurance.

Team USA member Isaiah Harris in the men’s 800m after finishing fourth at the Olympic trials last year. In March, Harris finished seventh at the World Indoor Championships, missing out on a medal by half a second.

Not only does a middle distance racer have to run at a sprint pace, they have to maintain it over multiple laps, which requires supreme conditioning.

“I might be biased, but some of the things middle-distance runners have to do are fun,” Harris says. “For me, longer races get a bit boring and monotonous, so you have to change. I love being on the track and being able to do something a little faster.

Now an active member of the Brooks Beasts, Isaiah Harris explains how middle-distance running is a running-related activity that anyone, at any level, can incorporate into their own fitness routine for an added layer of strength and conditioning.

Courtesy of Brooks

A combination of fast sprints and long distances

I would say middle-distance runners fall somewhere between sprinters and marathon runners, and we’re all different types. Some are more equipped for distance and others for speed, so you need to train like a sprinter on some days and like a distance runner on others. The 800 is one of those fun events where there are multiple ways to train.

I’m right in the middle because I have enough speed – I raced 4×400 at Penn State University – and also broke the four minute mark last year which I am quite proud. So I have some strength and aerobic fitness for my game.

Isaiah Harris’ mid-distance running workout for beginners

A workout I used to do on the track was 10 runs of 300 meters, which is tough, but can still be modified for anyone. It’s also a way to stay in shape because your heart rate will skyrocket since you’re going faster, but it’s fun.

The good thing about middle-distance running is that you can rest a little longer between each interval. We took between 90 seconds and two minutes of rest between sprints. And if you’re doing 10, break it down into two separate sets of five, take about five to eight minutes of rest in between, then go back to finishing the rest.

You could even do 200 meter reps in the same style. Maybe once or twice a week, and supplement it on those days with longer runs.

Isaiah Harris anticipates the start of the marathon
Courtesy of Brooks

Expect it to hurt

A misconception about the 400 or 800 meters is that people expect us as professional runners to be able to do this stuff without getting tired. It’s not – the race is always running, every time. I like to think that you get better at managing pain when you get fitter and more used to running.

For example, a recent temporary run was three miles, my coach wanted us to average 5:20 or faster. We finished that we took six minutes of rest, then we did a 228-second pace, so we could raise our heart rate higher than during the tempo run, but without pushing it too hard.

My last acting race, I was in pain. But again, it just becomes a mental game. And it’s 50-50 physical and mental so you have to be strong mentally. As you go up in distance, like you see marathon runners, I would even say it could be 60% mental, 40% physical at that level. Again, the more you run, the easier it will feel as you get fitter, but you’ll never feel pain free.

Hit the wall as a middle distance runner

The last quarter of an 800 meter race is the decisive point of the race. Everyone’s in it then, so 600 meters is when you have to muster enough strength and mental courage to find another gear and reach the finish line. You could ask any 800 meter runner, and they’ll tell you that 600 meters is when it starts to hurt. Sometimes you just close your eyes and focus on doing whatever you can to get to the finish line.

You definitely have to pace yourself and those first 400-600m, but it’s not like you relax and feel great – you still have to push to get to that point. In practice, this is where you hit that punch line against the wall. You don’t want to do this too often, as it can lead to injury. But there are definitely days when we go to the pits and it just simulates that running effort, although sometimes it’s hard to do that in training. There is nothing quite like going out and running and I think a lot of people run to get in shape.

Isaiah Harris trains for a middle distance race
Courtesy of Brooks

Isaiah Harris puts on weight for more speed

We lift twice a week, the same days we get on the track. Thus, on Tuesdays and Fridays, it is always immediately after the end of a workout. So for middle-distance running, we’re never really going full throttle or, you know, weighing heavy – that’s really the focus on speed in everything we do. Speed ​​and form really the two most important things I would say or right or why we use the weight room is one to increase those fast twitch muscle fibers and then to just strengthen those muscles that will help you stay fit health.

Isaiah Harris’ Recovery Routine

If you don’t recover well, you won’t be able to hit hard the next day and you want to be able to have a quality day. I like to receive frequent massages. We have a team sports coach, who is at every practice before and after, who if you need anything, she is there. So when I’m really in pain, I like to do some soft tissue work on her part, do some mobility with her and some stretching, some cupping. And then throughout the day I will be using the NormaTec boots, these are crucial. I even like Epsom salt baths, foam rolling and using the massage gun.

But every day is not the same. If I feel very bad and could spend a little more time, I would say immediately after training probably a stretching role for at least 30 minutes. And then usually at some point in the night, if I take an Epsom salt bath, it’s 20-30 minutes, and then I probably ride another half hour after that as well.

Isaiah Harris’ advice for finding the right shoes

Every athlete is different and everyone needs a different shoe. I’m pretty basic – I like neutral shoes, so Brooks Ghosts and Glycerins are my two favorite training shoes. I tend to choose the Glycerine more because it’s a bit more comfortable and has more cushioning which I need because I’m a bigger runner – I’m 180 pounds. So doing those longer runs can beat my body and I really like having that extra cushion, it kind of helps keep my feet and legs in shape.

I know a lot more people who pay attention to heel drop and stuff like that. But to be honest, I go to the felt. I don’t think I have a picky foot, if that’s even a term.

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