Are you making an impact? Or is the road making an impact on you? Learn the fail-safe way to be your own cushioning detective!
First thing to learn is how to clean and look after your running spikes – then hopefully you won’t need the second half of this post.
Ouch! Is this the noise you make when a physio or gym instructor presses on your IT band? If so, I’m pleased to introduce to you your best friend THE GRID.
Wicking technology draws away sweat from the body, whilst the breathability keeps an airflow through to the skin to keep you cool.
Sarah Scott has some ideas on what accessories you might find useful for racing: from 2 miles up to half marathon.
Are you a parent who has heard the PE teacher at school say, “She needs spikes this term.” If this sounds familiar, then read on.
Get ready for race season with this year’s new racing flats.
Wherever you’re racing, packing your kit wisely, and in the perfect backpack, is going to be crucial to your success.
If you’ve got a wide foot, bunions or a really high arch you’ll need a wide fitting shoe. At Run and Become we’ve got lots of wide running shoes you can try.
In these tough economic times we’re all a bit more price conscious. Here are some great running shoes that won’t break the bank.
Make sure you are suitably dressed for the weather conditions, and feel comfortable and confident in your choice of outfit.
There are so many barefoot and minimal shoes available now, it can be hard to know which is the right one for you. Let’s break it down a bit.