Shoes

Brooks Vs ASICS – Which Brand is Right for You?

If you are a runner, you’ve heard of two of the most popular running shoe brands on the market: Brooks and ASICS. What is the difference between them? Why would a runner choose one over the other? Although both Brooks and ASICS are known for ...

Brooks Glycerin 17 Review

  A plush, cushioned shoe that wraps your foot in all the right places The Brooks Glycerin 17 is a comfortable, cushioned everyday running shoe made for neutral pronators focusing on distance or recovery runs, not speed.  ...

Best Motion Control Running Shoes in 2019

  Motion control is a very important shoe feature for overpronators. Almost all runners naturally roll their feet inwards to a small degree when taking a stride, but when this motion becomes too pronounced, it can cause foot ...

Brooks Levitate 2 Review

  Energize Your Run With the Fast, Sleek Levitate 2 The Brooks Levitate 2 features a DNA AMP midsole that propels you forward run after run. While other running shoes lose their cushioning and responsiveness over the life of a shoe ...

Hiking Boots vs Trail Running Shoes

If you’re someone who likes being out in nature and hitting the trails, this article is for you! It will discuss the differences between hiking boots and trail running shoes and describe the pros and cons of each one. By the end, you’ll be ...

Best Racing Running Shoes and Flats in 2019

  There are many different options on the market for racing shoes and flats.  If you’ve been running races with heavier every day running shoes, choosing a shoe meant specifically for running could help you improve your overall ...

Saucony Kinvara 10 Shoe Review

  A fast and crazy lightweight running shoe The Saucony Kinvara 10 stays the course for runners who have loved prior versions of this shoe. The tenth anniversary edition has new colors and a new design, but the features that made it a ...

Brooks Ravenna 10 Review

Light and fast with a touch of support for overpronators The Brooks Ravenna 10 will leave you feeling fast and nimble. It's a great racing shoe for overpronators or a standard trainer for runners who mildly overpronate. It's an ideal trainer for ...

Running with Flat Feet

You’ve probably heard about the different types of feet that individuals have and how that can impact your running. In this article, we’ll talk about one type in particular—flat feet—and give you all the information you need to know if you have flat ...

Best Running Shoes for Heel Spurs in 2019

  All athletes need good, supportive shoes that match their feet well and help maximize performance. Runners are no different, especially due to the impact we create on our legs, ankles and heels. If you wear shoes that are comfortable and ...

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