In my previous post (On Minimalist Running Shoes: Vibram has Balls, Nike Dropped Them), I expressed my disappointment with Nike for the direction they appear to be heading with their Free line of “barefoot-simulating” running shoes. In particular, I feel that marketing of the new Nike Free Run+ as a “barefoot-like” shoe is disingenuous, particularly […]
The newest incarnation of Nike’s Free line of running shoes, the Nike Free Run+, is now featured on the Nike Running website (see image to the left from the Nike Running Blog). Here’s how they introduce this brand new shoe (quote is from inside.nike.com): “Barefoot running. Everyone’s talking about how great it is, but is […]
This is a great add for Pearl Izumi that was posted by my friend John H. on dailymile. It’s good to know the your anus Uranus will be covered.
A new feature-length running documentary is coming to theaters this summer. Hood to Coast follows four teams during their running of the 197 mile Hood to Coast Relay – given my current desire to run in an event like this, this movie looks like a can’t miss. Here’s the trailer: Hood To Coast Trailer from […]
Image via Wikipedia I honestly had no plans of running a spring marathon this year – didn’t take long for that resolution to go out the window. On Friday night, an evening that started at dusk with me running alone in heavy rain and ended with four of my students running under a bright blue […]
Image via Wikipedia My posting (and running!) frequency has dropped considerably this week for reasons that are clear if you read my previous post on this blog. Last Friday saw the arrival of a new family member in my life, and I’ve been quite busy juggling baby duty with work, as well as putting in […]
I wanted to take a quick break from running related posts to alert you to some great news in the Runblogger family – baby Ben has arrived! What follows is an excerpt from a post I just wrote (on a new blog called Daddy Duty) about the events of the past few days. “I didn’t […]