By Mathias Eichler
Winter, trails, darkness, and all the weather.
One last hurrah before the end of the year. Runners, get ready for a fun and festive holiday treat along the trails of Squaxin Park.
Alex Hutchinson summarizes a new study from Laurent Malisoux of the Luxembourg Institute of Health for Trail Runner Magazine/Outside:
The new study was published in the European Journal of Sport Science by Laurent Malisoux of the Luxembourg Institute of Health. Malisoux has emerged as the running-shoe world’s foremost advocate of placebo-controlled studies.
This totally fits my experience:
The height of the shoes may also make runners more vulnerable to overpronation and reduce stability, particularly when cornering.
Finally, and perhaps most important, ignore everyone else’s advice. “I’m serious,” he says. “Each runner is unique, and the shoe that works well for your friend may not fit your foot.”
The sound you hear is the sound of dozens of Youtube running shoe reviewers/influences head’s exploding.