Weeks 1 & 2: Fall Training Begins
You’ll start on the road to a good fall of training with a long run, a tempo run, and some moderately paced runs. Don’t worry about pace in these first two weeks; just get out there, have some fun, and get into the habit of regular running. Workouts always begin with a warmup, some gentle stretching of major muscle groups, and light jogging. Repeat for your cool-down.
1. Get your gear in order.
If possible, you should have two pairs of good training shoes so you can rotate them. Most training shoes last for 8–10 weeks, depending on your training. Take your time at your local running store when selecting shoes and remember to go at the end of the day as your feet swell during the day. Bring a clean pair of socks and be prepared to check out 5–7 different shoes to find the right one for you. Assess your stash of socks, shorts, tops.
Nike is no novice when it comes to an on-line presence, and an app for training and motivation. They have had runners log hundreds of millions of runs, with a staggering total of more than 2.5 billion miles. If a relay were set up for that distance, it would circle the Earth more than 108,000 times!
Hoka has released running shoes that have drilled down to provide protective cushioning or light weight or increased durability. The new Clayton combines all three and features new rocker geometry to give it some snap.
The success of adidas’ Boost foam has rested on the protective ride and performance feel it provides. The new Pure Boost X is designed to address a common fit issue women experience, so it’s available only in women’s sizes. The stretchy knit upper is supported by no-sew overlays.
The Wild Duck Cafe, located at 1419 Villard St., 453 m from Hayward Field, is the largest, most modern, friendliest, most comfortable, best value bar in Eugene. It is the Social Hub for All Things TRACK & FIELD during the 2016 Trials! Just ask anyone who was there in 2008 or 2012!
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Today, (Nike’s line of performance, lifestyle and optical eyewear) releases behind-the-scenes manufacturing video of the groundbreaking 2016 Running Collection of sunglasses.
For the past decade and through six updates, the Type A has epitomized Saucony racing. This version, while not entirely new, is a numerical reset. The upper sticks with yet another closed mesh, though it has a breathable, cross-hatched pattern that’s pretty supportive on its own.
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