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The Tuesday Kick: Loud Mizunos shout it out

The Tuesday Kick is back – and we, uh, kick off this year’s edition with a very impressive set of kicks, for sure. Full disclosure: Mizuno provided the shoes for review. The opinions are strictly mine. The shoe Mizuno Wave … Continue reading

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The Sunday Read: best running shoes ever, naked runners, and dead butt syndrome

Do you have dead butt syndrome? Hey, I don’t know. First of I heard of this terrible problem was from a HuffPo story below. Maybe if you ran in the Best Running Shoes Ever, you’d be able to feel your … Continue reading

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The Sunday Read: Beat nipple chafing and win that marathon!

The Dublin Marathon will run for the 33rd time on Monday with its largest field yet: more than 14,000 people. Despite that, the race lost its title sponsor when the National Lottery pulled out. ¬†Marathon organizers are concerned they may … Continue reading

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The Tuesday Kick: Living the running dream

The shoe Brooks PureCadence The official description Less construction, a responsive fit, more support and all of it wrapped in a package designed to help prevent overpronation. According to Brooks, the “PureCadence gives runners who need more stability the chance … Continue reading

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The Tuesday Kick: Subtle but fast

The Tuesday Kick is – horrors! – a bit different this week. This week’s Tuesday Kick also marks the first gear review on Sub-three and, yes, it’s a shoe. Full disclosure: New Balance Canada provided the shoes for review. The … Continue reading

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The Tuesday Kick: A cholesterol-lowering shoe

The shoe Brooks PureCadence The official description As readers of this blog know, we’ve featured shoes that boasted “girth” before. Well, that’s not the case with the PureCadence. Brooks says the shoe has “lean construction,” which¬†“fuses with a responsive fit … Continue reading

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Prefontaine’s Garmin

I’ve been thinking a lot about running and gear recently. When I first came to running six years ago, it was from the sport of mountain biking. Talk about a gear-heavy activity. Obviously, you have to have a bike and … Continue reading

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