New Race, New Running Shoes

So you've decided to sign up for a race. Maybe it's your first or maybe it's your fifteenth, either way there is one crucial...

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Mizuno Inspire 15 Running Shoes Review

Arguably Mizuno’s most famous running shoe and certainly our most popular. The Wave Inspire 15 is a legendary stability shoe that has a...

Guide to Winter Running

“Why am I doing this?” – Usually the first thing to crop up in your mind while getting ready to go on...

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 19 | Review

The Brooks Adrenaline GTS 19 running shoes have undergone the biggest change ever seen in this model’s history. Some very bold and potentially controversial midsole...

Why do I get holes in my running shoes?

Part 6 of our latest advice series “runner’s questions” which aims to answer all of the most popular questions that runners have.

Superfeet Flex Review

We review the latest addition to the impressive Superfeet range; the flex series.

The Benefits Of The Correct Footwear

Wearing the correct type of sports shoe is very important to maximising your sporting performance, improving comfort, prolonging the lifespan...

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Why Technical Running Socks?

Technical running sock are a key investment to compliment your technical shoe; they provide optimal comfort run after run to keep your feet dry...

Knee Pain – Part 3 Osgood-Schlatters Disease

What is Osgood-Schlatters Disease? Osgood-Schlatters Disease is actually not a disease at all, it is a condition brought about by repetitive muscular action of the...

Can I use running shoes for other sports?

Part 16 of our latest advice series “runner’s questions” which aims to answer all of the most popular questions that runners have.

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Mizuno Inspire 15 Running Shoes Review

Arguably Mizuno’s most famous running shoe and certainly our most popular. The Wave Inspire 15 is a legendary stability shoe that has a...

Guide to Winter Running

“Why am I doing this?” – Usually the first thing to crop up in your mind while getting ready to go on...

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 19 | Review

The Brooks Adrenaline GTS 19 running shoes have undergone the biggest change ever seen in this model’s history. Some very bold and potentially controversial midsole...

Netball Shoes vs. Regular Trainers

If you’re a netball player you will understand that rigorous demands the sport has. Sudden changes in direction, swift acceleration, constant stop/starts plus jumping...

5 Ways to Stop Chafing While Running

Chafing is something most runners have come across at some point in their running endeavours, it's like a rite of passage, albeit a horrible,...

OOFOS Recovery Sandal | Review

Being a runner, you put your legs and feet through some tough workouts, without proper recovery this can lead to both long and short-term injuries...

Summer Running: 10 tips to beat the heat & humidity

Finally, We have some good weather! The sun is shining and we all want to don the shorts and short sleeves and get outside,...

Natural Running with the Alexander Technique

When we were young children we all used to run naturally with a forefoot strike as opposed to a heel strike. We also used...

Correcting Pronation with Exercise – Part 2 | Lower Leg

Pronation of the foot, or more correctly overpronation, is often the cause of many runner's injuries. This article explains how you can use strengthening and stretching to reduce overpronation, reducing the need for heavily corrective running shoes.

Correcting Pronation with Exercise – Part 1 Glutes

Pronation of the foot, or more correctly overpronation, is often the cause of many runner's injuries. This article explains how you can use strengthening and stretching to reduce overpronation, reducing the need for heavily corrective running shoes.