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Do you know how to read your running shoes?

By Christopher Cudworth When your running shoes start to wear out you can usually tell all the way up your body. From tired feet to sore ankles or achilles, tightening IT bands and knee or hip problems, worn out shoes reverberate … Continue reading

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Your running shoes are being manufactured by imprisoned Martians

By Christopher Cudworth A true connoisseur knows of whence I speak. A new pair of running shoes can set all the right and wrong nerves quivering with anticipation. You try on several pairs and even buy one or two, then … Continue reading

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Watch out when the rubber hits the road if you run and ride

By Christopher Cudworth We have read quite a bit on this blog about getting down close to the road and really studying the surface we ride upon. We have celebrated tarsnakes together, and even their wintry cousins, the snowsnake, of … Continue reading

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A maximal take on minimalist running

Let’s talk for a minute about minimalist running. Because we all want to run as naturally as possible. The real deal of course, is running barefoot. That puts you in direct contact with the ground with absolute and constructive feedback … Continue reading

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