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This Week in Runblogging: August 18 to August 24 2014

Hoka Clifton GrayLast Thursday I posted a giveaway contest for a pair of Hoka Clifton running shoes – the contest runs through August 29 and the minimal requirement for entry is simply to leave a comment identifying your current favorite running shoe (there are a few additional ways to enter). I’ve put about 13 miles on my pair of Cliftons so far and they are an interesting shoe – super light, roomy, but a little softer than I usually like. Need to get more miles on them before rendering a final verdict.

Runblogger Posts From Last Week

Hoka Clifton Giveaway Contest

August 21, 2014 – Enter to win a pair of Cliftons!

runScribe Launches Wearable Running Biomechanics Data Collection Device on Kickstarter

August 20, 2014 – Very cool little device, more in the recommended posts below.

Merrell AllOut Rush Trail Shoe Review

August 19, 2014 – A bit too much outsole for my taste, but a super comfortable shoe for light hiking.

Finding a Runner’s High in Maine

August 18, 2014 – Sometimes everything just clicks on a run.

Recommended Posts From Around the Web

runScribe1. I posted last week on the Kickstarter campaign for the runScribe device (which looks very cool!), Steve Magness has had the opportunity to play with one for a bit. Check out Steve’s runScribe post to get an idea of what the device can do for workout analysis or comparing biomechanics between footwear.

2. Another thoughtful post by Steve Magness titled “What’s Your Bias?

3. Doug Hay writes a guest post on “How to Become an Ultramarathoner” on StrengthRunning.com.

4. Not a lot of shoe post recs this week, but Running Warehouse covers the New Balance Fresh Foam 980 Trail on their blog.

5. Cool article on the New York Times Well Blog on how dogs fuel for endurance running (skip the Gu!). Unfortunately my canine running partner has been out for most of the summer with a knee injury. He’s doing fine now and wants to run, but the prospect of an expensive knee surgery has me taking a very cautious approach!

6. Gear Junkie posted on Rob Krar’s GPS data from the Leadville 100.  Very interesting insight into the pacing approach of an elite ultramarathoner. Hat tip to Gordon Harvey for the article find.

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About Peter Larson

This post was authored by Peter Larson. Pete is a recovering academic who currently works as an exercise physiologist, running coach, and writer. He's also a father of three and a fanatical runner with a bit of a shoe obsession. In addition to writing and editing this site, he is co-author of the book Tread Lightly, and writes a personal blog called The Blogologist. Follow Pete on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and via email.

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  1. Suzanne LeBlanc says:

    My current favorite running shoe is the Hoka Stinson Tamarac. Until I found these shoes my knees would always ache and running was very limited. They saved my love for running. I am so thankful for Hoka!! Happy running!

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