Top 5 Running Shoes

Author channel Jamison Michael   1 год. назад

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Running Shoes: Why We Don't Need Them

How to prevent injury while running? It turns out, what you wear on your feet can have an enormous influence on your ability to dodge injury, especially knee injury, during running. In this video, Christopher McDougall and Dr. Daniel Lieberman outline how traditional shod running may place big obstacles in the path to running injury free! Connect with Bretta: TWITTER - FACEBOOK - INSTAGRAM - PINTEREST - BLOG: Run Forefoot - Email - You can also support Run Forefoot by shopping at Amazon and bookmark the link: OR by making a donation in any amount of your choosing: No copyright infringement intended. Video for educational purposes only!


SUPPORT: Best running shoes list of 2018, Nike Brooks Adidas Saucony Asics New Balance YOU NAME IT. Follow me on Instagram: Check out Believe in the RUN: 1. Nike Pegasus 34: 2. Brooks Levitate: 3. Adidas PureBOOST DPR: 4. Saucony Kinvara: 4. Saucony Breakthru: 5. Asics RoadHawk: 5. Asics DynaFlyte: 6. Nike Elite 9: 7. Brooks Ghost 10: 8. Nike Vomero 13: 9. New Balance v8 1080: 10. Asics Nimbus 20: *APOLOGIES FOR THE AUDIO ISSUES*

5 Running Tips for Beginners 🏃 5 Things I Wish I Knew about Running from the Beginning

Running can simultaneously sound like a walk in the park… and also incredibly daunting. I’ve been running off and on for a couple years now, and I feel like I’ve only JUST found my groove with running. In this video, I share with you 5 running tips for beginners, aka, 5 things I wish I knew about running from the beginning. If you don't know how to start running, this video is for you. Whether you’re training for your first 5k, looking for the perfect running shoes, on the hunt for running apps that you’ll actually use, or just looking for general running tips, I’ve got you covered in this video all about running for beginners! ---------------------------------- 📩 Get Notified! ⤵️ YouTube notifications have been TERRIBLE lately… so fill out the form below to be contacted directly when a new video is uploaded! ---------------------------------- 💬 Things Mentioned In This Video ⤵️ Get yourself a Flipbelt! : Find your perfect running shoes! : Running apps that are amazing : Runtastic (iOS and Android) : Couch to 5k (iOS and Android) : Zombies, Run! (iOS and Android) : ---------------------------------- 🎥 Other Channels you should CHECK OUT! ⤵️ Wanna see daily life vlogs? Check out my vlog channel! ---------------------------------- 📱 Social Media Profiles (that you should totally follow) ⤵️ 🐦 TWITTER Caty: 📷 INSTAGRAM 💻 FACEBOOK 💪 MYFITNESSPAL ☼ ---------------------------------- 📩 Business Inquiries We love letters! So feel free to send us some! Caty and Blake Culp P.O. Box 753321 Las Vegas, NV 89136 ---------------------------------- Music by Epidemic Sound : We are participants in the Amazon Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to - Anything you buy through our link helps fund our vlogs, and allows us to put out more quality, consistent content for you guys! Use the link below to shop on Amazon, and give us a small kickback. ❤️


Buy Nike VaporMax here: or at Nike or try here under retail or Limited Versions here! In this video I discuss the pros and cons of the Nike Air VaporMax after wearing these for a month. I love the overall design of the sneaker, not for everyone, but I like the Flyknit upper and hyperfuse placement. My favorite part is the attached - detached tongue. The large discussion point is the VaporMax air unit, it is something people love or hate at this point. A couple things I like is the responsiveness and how it really feels like walking on air! Some of the cons however is the shoes are very squeeky, and sort of feel like a flat tire, its just such a unique ride, it is hard to get used to, but once you break them in, they are something I plan on keeping in rotation! Shop best sneaker deals of the week here! Shop Reshoevn8r Sneaker Cleaner & Products (use code HESKICKS for 15% off!) Social Media for Heskicks Business Contact email : Compare Flyknit Racer & AM Flyknit and Ultra boost When the original Nike Air Max debuted in 1987, it was the first shoe to showcase a large, visible Air-cushioning unit. In 1997, the Air Max 97 evolved the technology by placing an Air unit along the entire sole. Incremental steps followed, and now Air Max builds upon its nearly 30-year legacy with a leap: the Nike Air VaporMax, which pays off the full promise of Air — to provide lightweight, consistent cushioning that lasts. The breakthrough came courtesy of new technologies that allow the Nike VaporMax Air unit to act as a standalone outsole. Where previous Air units had to be insulated by a secondary rubber layer for protection and improved durability, new innovation allows designers to incorporate the Air and exterior layer into one holistic VaporMax Air unit. And where previous units needed to be shaped with inflexible structural areas, the new unit can independently maintain its given form, with elasticity Nike designs for athletes and performance first, which is why it wear-tested the VaporMax with the help of 350 people who in total ran 126,000 miles in the sneakers before turning them over to the public For Kathy Gomez, VP of Nike Innovation, the VaporMax sole was an engineering challenge. "We had to totally reimagine how to make a shoe, as we went from a sort of Air mattress to these unencumbered tubes," she says. "The question went from 'How much Air can you put under your foot?' to 'How much Air do you need to put under your foot, and where?'" They also did away with the rubber outsole most sneakers have in favor of a plastic one made from a thicker version of the one they already make the Air bags with, which allowed them to make the sole more like one cohesive piece. In fact, Gomez says the plastic outsole is more durable than typical sneaker rubber, and even gives runners unprecedented traction Like most of Nike's new running sneakers of late, the upper is made of a single piece of Flyknit fabric. While the ultra-lightweight knit may seem in contrast to the bulkier sole, the upper sits comfortably atop it thanks to what Gomez calls "swept pinch" edges, which curve up around the sides of the plastic footbed. "If we changed the sole a millimeter, it would have thrown everything off," she says. In the end, all that tweaking and attention to detail means the two parts actually look like they're in harmony. "They have to work together," says Andreas Harlow, VP and creative director of Nike Running. "Whatever we did with the upper had to be in service of the sole. When you look at it, you get this one sensation, but when you wear it you get something completely different."

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This is a list of my personal favorite / best running shoes RELEASED in 2017. Tell what your favorite running shoes this year was!

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