This is the second part of our discussion on the topic of When to Replace Your Running Shoes
How often should we replace our running shoes? Worn out shoes increase the risk of injury. While most running shoes will last for 300-500 miles, each runner should make their own assessment as to whether they should keep or replace their shoes. Stability, cushioning, and shock absorption, as well as they way our foot strikes the ground, will determine our decision.
The Adidas Thrasher is a trail running shoe that provides comfort and stability. If you run in city terrain, it might not be the best choice but if you are a trail runner you will get value for money.
Running is just one of many ways to stay fit and healthy. However, if you do it wrong, your health will be in danger. Especially knee injuries are common among runners. Therefore, it is important that you run on the right ground, wearing accurate shoes.
(This article is contributed by Alex)
If you are tired of shopping in the world’s malls and shopping centers, you should consider buying your clothes in the internet. There are tons of online shops available and you have the biggest selection of clothes you can possibly find.
Finish Line is one of them. You will find a big selection of brands and styles in their online shop: Adidas, Nike, Puma and Reebok are just some examples. As you can see, the focus lies on sports clothes. Finish Line’s clothes are mostly sport footwear, that means the clothes are made for sports, but mostly worn for fashion or casual use.
The Nike Air Jordan collection is one of the most famous shoe and apparel collections in the world for Nike, and its numbers hold that to be true to competitors such as Adidas and Puma. It is a billion dollar empire now for Nike and its leading man, Michael Jordan. The NBA legend pulls in hundreds of millions on income just from the Air Jordan line alone. It’s hard to believe that in the beginning of his career, he nearly turned it down and would have let it all go out there door without giving the brand any chance. Michael wasn’t interested in a working partnership with Nike and he himself was still a rookie in the NBA, playing for the Chicago Bulls. (more…)