In my last post, I discussed the tapered toe box and why its so problematic. Then it occurred to me you may want a simple way to discern if the shoe you're considering buying makes the grade. Here ya go!
The vast majority of casual AND training shoes on the market are not designed to allow our foot to function optimally – even though they may be marketed as such.
You go to check your pace on the watch you paid $200-400 for and you sort of expect it to give you accurate information. Well, temper your expectations. There are several reasons as to why the GPS will be “off” in both pace and distance, yet I don't think they're worthless. Here's how to sort things out...
Taking a good client history is key to a good intervention. And in each case it was a simple fix that resolved their issue. In fact, you'll probably roll your eyes as you read the solution.
A loyal reader recently asked a great question regarding the use of a heart rate monitor during a race. Why was he slowing down prematurely if he kept his heart rate steady?
Today I just wanted to share as I've noticed quite a few great articles put out recently by some of my favorite trusted sources. Check 'em out and enjoy!
Who hasn't struggled at one time or another to figure out how to best dress for the conditions? Here's a quick guide to figuring it out.