Greatness: Awesome Nike Commercial

Like many people, I’ve spent the last two weeks soaking up as much of the Olympic coverage as I can. As someone who rarely watches television (we dropped cable several years ago and have not looked back!), the Olympic experience has reacquainted me with the “commercial break.” I could live without the vast majority of […]

Nike Volt Collection: The Bright Yellow Shoes Seen on Athletes at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London


Over the past few days I’ve been asked multiple times to identify the vivid yellow shoes adorning the feet of many of the Track and Field athletes at the 2012 London Olympic Games. It’s actually not a “shoe,” but rather an entire collection of shoes from Nike collectively referred to as the “Nike Volt Collection.” […]

5 Running Form DOs and DON’Ts from Dr. Daniel Lieberman

Came across a tweet this morning from my buddy Tuck of the Yelling Stop blog. His link was to a nice video from Dr. Daniel Lieberman discussing 5 DOs and DON’Ts of running form. I agree with almost all of them, particularly points 1 and 5. As far as footstrike goes, I tend to view […]

Brooks Pure Grit Trail Shoe Review


The lightweight trail running shoe category has been exploding with good options lately, and over the past month or so I’ve done a fair amount of my running in Brooks’ first contribution to this niche: the Brooks Pure Grit (8.9 oz in size 9). The Grit belongs to the Brooks Pure Project suite of shoes, […]

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