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Running Shoes

Post by rw81 » Tue, 08 Dec 2009 9:56 am

Hi

I've just started running on evenings, but my current shoes are not the most comfortable for this. Can someone give me advice on a running shop where they can advise me on a good running shoe to suit my foot type. Thanks.

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Post by missymassy86 » Tue, 08 Dec 2009 10:24 am

You can try Royal Sporting house.. Usually New Balance shoes are good for running. Maybe you can give it a try..

rw81 wrote:Hi

I've just started running on evenings, but my current shoes are not the most comfortable for this. Can someone give me advice on a running shop where they can advise me on a good running shoe to suit my foot type. Thanks.

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Post by etsuyue » Tue, 08 Dec 2009 4:52 pm

Try "Running Lab". The staff there can help you to get running shoes suitable for you. They have outlet at Funan and Velocity.

http://www.outdoor-venture.com/runninglab/contactus.htm

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Post by rw81 » Wed, 09 Dec 2009 5:10 pm

Thanks for the tips, I actually live around the corner from Velocity, so think I'll check it out after work tonight and see what it's like. With some new shoes all I have left to do is sort out my shocking diet and beer belly and I'll be race ready...

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Post by pixfirewall » Mon, 21 Dec 2009 2:41 am

rw81 wrote:Thanks for the tips, I actually live around the corner from Velocity, so think I'll check it out after work tonight and see what it's like. With some new shoes all I have left to do is sort out my shocking diet and beer belly and I'll be race ready...

:wink:
Once you get the right shoes...register for the adidas sundown marathon..night race..
check it out..

http://www.sundownmarathon.com/

This will get you started to flatten (hopefully) your beer belly.. =)
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Post by rw81 » Mon, 21 Dec 2009 10:30 am

Well I went to running lab in Velocity, and got some new shoes. Have to say the staff were very good and helpful and I'm quite pleased with the ones I got.

The sundown marathon looks interesting, but I'm running the Mens Health Urbanathlon on the 31st Jan. It's only 12km with a few obstacles thrown in, but if it goes OK I'll take a look at a longer race. I've been running for about 2 weeks now and so far so good!

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Post by pixfirewall » Tue, 22 Dec 2009 3:44 am

rw81 wrote:Well I went to running lab in Velocity, and got some new shoes. Have to say the staff were very good and helpful and I'm quite pleased with the ones I got.

The sundown marathon looks interesting, but I'm running the Mens Health Urbanathlon on the 31st Jan. It's only 12km with a few obstacles thrown in, but if it goes OK I'll take a look at a longer race. I've been running for about 2 weeks now and so far so good!
12km with obstacles is not easy...not unless you where in the army days...but goodluck...!!..organize a team of 4, each running 10K, this is if you want a short run for the night race...
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