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C-R


    Since many of you enjoy Slow Burn you might like this. Several mentions of his work with Dr. Phil on shoes. Very interesting and thoughts I have not had regarding shoes.

     

    Enjoy


    "He conquers who endures" - Persius
    "Every workout should have a purpose. Every purpose should link back to achieving a training objective." - Spaniel

      Thanks C-R,

       

      I just checked my shoes and, based on Stu's video, I was pleased that I selected the correct size.  I have always liked having a little extra room in my shoes anyway.  I have always found that for running shoes, I have to go up almost a whole size beyond what I am measured for before it feels right.

       

      Someone once told me something else.  They said that your feet actually expand when you run very long distances.  I did not know if he meant that they swell, or what.

       

        Thanks C-R,

         

        I just checked my shoes and, based on Stu's video, I was pleased that I selected the correct size.  I have always liked having a little extra room in my shoes anyway.  I have always found that for running shoes, I have to go up almost a whole size beyond what I am measured for before it feels right.

         

        Someone once told me something else.  They said that your feet actually expand when you run very long distances.  I did not know if he meant that they swell, or what.

         

         

        my running shoes are about 2 sizes bigger than other shoes....

        jimmyb


        port-a-bella-potty

          Thanks, Norm.

          I've been following that advice

          since I read his book years back.

          Dr. Phil's  book Fixing Your Feet

          is a good read if you can find it.

           

          --Jimmy

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          C-R


            Jimmy (or others),

             

            Was there any mention regarding shoe width. If the feet expand, it wouldn't just be longer. I've read Dr. Phil's book but that was so long back I can't recall much. Time to go the library again.


            "He conquers who endures" - Persius
            "Every workout should have a purpose. Every purpose should link back to achieving a training objective." - Spaniel

            TimButterfield


              Thanks, Norm.

              I've been following that advice

              since I read his book years back.

              Dr. Phil's  book Fixing Your Feet

              is a good read if you can find it.

               

              --Jimmy

               

              There are two similarly named books.  Fixing Your Feet, Fix with 'ing' suffix, is by John Vonhof instead of Dr. Phil.  Dr. Phil's book is 'Fix' without the 'ing' suffix.  I have not read this book by Dr. Phil, but John's book is a good read also.

               

              Dr. Phil's Fix Your Feet

              http://www.amazon.com/dp/1592281982

               

              John Vonhof's Fixing Your Feet

              http://www.fixingyourfeet.com/

              http://www.amazon.com/dp/0899974171


              Consistently Slow

                Since many of you enjoy Slow Burn you might like this. Several mentions of his work with Dr. Phil on shoes. Very interesting and thoughts I have not had regarding shoes.

                 

                Enjoy

                Thanks.

                 Ran a half yesterday. With 0.1 mile to go corn start to hurt. Had to limp in. Later in the day I discovery it was not a corn but the little toe was tender from hitting front of the  shoe Shocked. Will be buying a larger size for long runs

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