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Tag Archives: running
The Brooks Ghost 10 has just landed. This is a video review of the shoe. It’s 4 min 47 long. We have them in stock at R 2400. Give us a call, we can always film you on the treadmill … Continue reading
Running is currently undergoing a bit of a revival. Hopefully this blog, “Running, how to get started” will help. Factors behind its increase in popularity: – It is one of the cheaper sports to get into. You don’t need a … Continue reading
I have a look at some points to remember before you face a marathon or ultramarathon. This should be helpful for Comrades runners. Regards, Mike Roscoe.
There have been several studies on running and longevity. The studies all point to the fact that physical exercise generally lengthens people lives. One of the leading lights in this field is Dr. Peter Schnohr, who has published several studies … Continue reading
There are few things as beautiful to watch as a runner who demonstrates good running form. A runner who gracefully and lightly lands on the ground, and almost effortlessly takes off and floats through the air before landing again. I … Continue reading
I have written about Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome before, but I want to re-address the condition here, due to some really cool new insights. This is a brief video (2 min 51 sec) that will help you visualise the problem … Continue reading
The Brooks Ravenna is one of the best stability shoes around. Here is a review of the shoe (4min 26 sec)
The same thing happens every year. A mass event has just taken place such as the: – Comrades Marathon – 94.7 Cycle Challenge – Ironman, Full or 70.3 – Midmar Mile – ________________ (insert another event here). On the Monday … Continue reading
Pronation: Cause and effect. Pronation is an inward turning of the ankle that takes place when a person runs or walks. The drawing below is of a person’s right foot. You can see how the foot drops inward- that is … Continue reading