Monday, January 9, 2012

9th January 2012

I'm wondering what was I doing and what was happening on the same day last year.

When it comes to buying a running shoes, there are so much to consider.
Price, types of running shoes, colors, design and even its results and effects of wearing it.

You should read this,
All three painful truths and some unveiled facts and history that are I have none of the acquaintance.
The painful truths about running shoes...

In a paper for the British Journal Of Sports Medicine last year, Dr Craig Richards, a researcher at the University of Newcastle in Australia, revealed there are no evidence-based studies that demonstrate running shoes make you less prone to injury. Not one.
"We used to run in canvas shoes,' he said.
'We didn't get plantar fasciitis (pain under the heel); we didn't pronate or supinate (land on the edge of the foot); we might have lost a bit of skin from the rough canvas when we were running marathons, but generally we didn't have foot problems.

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