Click below to watch the debut of the all new Coros watch and biggest software update to date!
We’re introducing you to new best in class
hardware and training features
Tuesday, August 25th at
1pm EDT, 10am PDT, 7pm CET
Join COROS employees and athletes live on our YouTube channel on August 25th, at 10am PDT for the unveiling of a HUGE new software update and hardware launch. Members of the team, COROS Pro Athletes and an industry partner will train you on the exciting new features and answer your COROS tech questions. It's an event you're not going to want to miss!
Howdy y'all. This is Jeff from Runnergy.com and I have been fitting people from doctor referrals to ultra marathons and triathletes for over 25 years.
And normally I would suggest for you to run to your local running store to get professionally fitted, but as you know at this time that is most likely not doable.
So I am going to try as quickly as possible some tips to purchasing walk/run shoes online as that may be your only option.
Grab some water or sports drinks and let's get running here.
Buy from a known online source that you can trust. Make sure you know the name or ask a fellow runner for a store referral near you. You can also contact me at email@example.com if you need assistance.
Hope that helps. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or write me in the comments.Be safe and stay healthy. Thank you!
Check out my youtube and website. Runnergy.com for more running tips!
Well, I hope you all have enjoyed my online shoe shopping tips during this unusual time of COVID-19 Coronavirus making it impossible(for some runners) to shop at your local run/walk shoe shop. Now for online shoe shopping that should be fulfilled by your local Fleet Feet store you can clock here www.fleetfeet.com
Now if your heel slips in the back of the shoe here is a lacing trick that may help lacing lock/loop to help heel slipping is here runners-loop-lacing.html Thanks for watching and be safe and healthy.
Well, I gotta get running!
As you know there is an abundance of insoles on the market making it impossible to decide on which one to get. Most have either great support and others have great cushioning, but pretty none of them have both. Or at least I haven’t seen one that does. Except for Cadence that is. Cadence insoles have a very solid yet flexible arch support and an excellent well cushioned PU layer on top for cushioning as well as a heel pocket to help take pressure off the heel area. Cadence insoles are only available at independent retailers and select medical doctors mainly podiatrist. And...apparently Amazon.
Also, the cushioning material being PU or polyurethane they are more durable than most if not all other support insoles, in fact the material reminds me of Sorbothane insoles which have fantastic cushioning, but not the support. So if you're looking for an insole with the best in my opinion cushioning and support you gotta try Cadence insoles.
Available at local running retailers, select podiatrist, Amazon and Cadence Insoles