Running

Tie your running shoes correctly

Følger du dette enkle trikset hjelper det deg med følgende: hindrer nedsatt blodsirkulasjon i føtter reduser uønsket friksjon i tåboks gnagsår over ankel [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjgqMaS9-dk]   For spesielt interesserte er nedstående lenke til «Professor Shoelace».  43 andre måter å knyte skoene på  

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Hoka one one - Rapa Nui 2 Trail

After wearing one leg joint at the right foot and muscle injury, I had to find a careful approach to running again and looked like a good excuse to finally test out Hoka! This is a shoe manufacturer who has been dominating among Asian people for several years [...]

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VJ Sarva Xero

- is a lightweight glove with 9 mm drip and spikes to suit most people who want to run in wintertime. A similar shoe with lower profile and 4 mm drop, called Sarva D'vil, is made. Sarva D'will be very good on short training trips, but as it has thinner soles [...]

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Newton Gravity

Fantastic running shoes for technical training if you want to get further at the center / forefoot. This shoe "automatically moves you" on the foot with its special sole. I use it for technical training once a week on the orbit as a basis.

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Salomon Fellraiser

This is a favorite for running on the trail and in the Norwegian mountain world. Light, stable, airy, dries quickly and sucks in rock and rock. Long knots with large spaces are wonderful in muddy surfaces. A little drip and a little damping is perfect. product Page

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Salomon S-lab XT 5

Used this shoe on Gobi March with 250 km of success. It is quite similar to SpeedCross, but has a sole that is more durable on tough and hard surfaces. They are a little narrow in the front so I got blisters on the outside and between the toes early in the race. I was […]

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Inov-8 Roclite 295

I have not used this shoe as the scoop I received was 1 to 2 numbers too big. This annoys me because the shoe has plenty of room for forefoot and toes. This is an advantage for those who are bothered by friction between toes on long runs. In addition, it has a [...]

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Salomon XR Cross Max

No and again no .... This was a bad buy and not good running shoes, labeled Salomon worthy. A runner and they were put in shelf for leisure shoes.

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Keen

Nice workout shoes that fit well on your legs. Use them as a leisure shoe and for strength training as well as "short" runs. They have a low drip, are airy and provide a good grip on dry terrain. They leave a bit too light on hard and slippery surfaces.

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Salomon Spike Cross

Gloves that are very similar to Salomon Speed ​​Cross 3 in comfort. The school insulates well and I ran long distances in Greenland at temperatures well below -30c.

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Salomon Kowloon

Recovery and leisure shoes as I run short trips with. They have such an "anonymous" appearance that I use them in a job context and can thus trick me into a stairway of staircases during their working hours.

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Inov-8 X-Talon 212

The first competition shoe I bought. They sit on the foot, feel soft and the sole (Meta Flex) forms very well after the foundation. When you run, you know roots, stones without being uncomfortable and in addition, the grip is among the best. For me, the school worked very well in a race race, [...]

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