I love people who commit to the most extreme sports, I recently discovered a group of runners who specialise in running 24 hour races, that makes a marathon seems like a walk in a park and even ultra marathons easy!
One of the top specialist in these events is Chris Carver who was kind enough to answer a few of my questions.
Looking for a pair of female support trainers to help with your mild pronation when running? Hopefully we’ll be able to help.
We’ve alrady covered the main types of running shoes for me and now it’s time to cover the best models out there for women runners.
Michelle Ross-Cope is one of the top women’s long distance runners and has represented her country in international competitions.
But as well as competing at the highest level Michelle is also a mum! Recently we asked her how she juggles parenthood and training and her advice for first time marathon runners!
Are you a mild to moderate overpronator? If you are your gait might mean you want to get some Support Running Trainers, they’ll give some stability to help with the pronation but mean you don’t have to completely lose all cushioning.
Below are some of the most popular support trainers from the main manufacturers which might suit you right down to the ground,
Do you know what your gait is? it’s how your feet fall while your running. And it’s really important you have an idea of yours as it’ll help choose the most comfortable trainers.
Below are some of the ladies options that’ll do the trick nicely if you have a neutral running style.
By the time we get round to March 2010 the half marathon season is in full swing with dozens of events to choose from.
I’m going to be entering the Hasting Half so I’d def recommend that one! But if you’re planning on running a marathon like the Virgin London Marathon or the first ever full Brighton Marathon then it may be the perfect time to enter a half.
We’ve been doing a series of posts reccomending the best running trainers for various types of feet and gait, latest in our series is for cushioned trainers.
These trainers are well-cushioned and normally pretty light weight. They’ll suit you best if you are a neutral runner or if you supinate a little.
So looking for a new pair of running trainers? and after a pair that offer motion control? Well hopefully you’ve come to the right place. Below we’ve listed some of the most popular motion control trainers.
If your feet roll inwards too much, which is usuallly know as over pronation, these trainers are designed help by offering extra support They’ll typically be well cushioned and pretty durable.
But while we’ve been compiling them lots of people have been visiting the site looking for 10Ks throughout the year so we thought we’d do a quick run down of some of the best Ten Kilometer races during 2010.