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Re: Shoes

Postby Ddavis » Sat May 13, 2017 8:47 pm

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Re: Shoes

Postby KTM57 » Sat May 13, 2017 8:51 pm

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Re: Shoes

Postby TeamHavocRacing » Mon May 15, 2017 4:39 am

I go old skool and rock these........
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Re: Shoes

Postby JayTaylor » Mon May 15, 2017 6:38 am

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Re: Shoes

Postby MxTracksScotland » Mon May 15, 2017 8:36 am

BIGGG SHOEEEEEEEE HAHAA

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Re: Shoes

Postby USABMXER1 » Mon May 15, 2017 3:16 pm

Place I go for my running shoes is a local place called 3 Rivers Running. They put you on a treadmill and record how you run and then they'll find shoes that will make it so that you are running comfortably. They definitely helped out a whole lot for my training shoes all throughout middle school and then high school as well. Made it so that I was feeling as much pain in my knee anymore but still felt some pain when I went out for our 10k runs and above. They all seemed to last awhile and the only thing I have ever had happen to any of them is a giant hole from pegs on a pit bike ripping through it. But other than that they all work out perfectly and have been working out great for me! Maybe look for some places around your area that sell just running shoes and they should have something similar and will get you set up properly for training.

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Re: Shoes

Postby TeamHavocRacing » Mon May 15, 2017 4:38 pm

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I can't wear those nor toe socks. The second and third toe on each of my feet are webbed. :oops:
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Re: Shoes

Postby On The Pipe » Tue May 30, 2017 9:20 pm

USABMXER1 wrote:Place I go for my running shoes is a local place called 3 Rivers Running. They put you on a treadmill and record how you run and then they'll find shoes that will make it so that you are running comfortably. They definitely helped out a whole lot for my training shoes all throughout middle school and then high school as well. Made it so that I was feeling as much pain in my knee anymore but still felt some pain when I went out for our 10k runs and above. They all seemed to last awhile and the only thing I have ever had happen to any of them is a giant hole from pegs on a pit bike ripping through it. But other than that they all work out perfectly and have been working out great for me! Maybe look for some places around your area that sell just running shoes and they should have something similar and will get you set up properly for training.

They did something similar when I enlisted in the Army and arrived at reception battalion for boot camp. I forget what type of foot they said I had just know there was three types overpronation, underpronation, and normal pronation. I always just bought shoes that looked "cool". Did some running in nike freerun's and they hurt my ankles way too much. My favorite shoe is the Nike Shox Turbo VI ID w/ custom colors.
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For work Carolina loggers seem to hold up well and are comfortable
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Re: Shoes

Postby Racers52 » Tue May 30, 2017 11:03 pm

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Re: Shoes

Postby USABMXER1 » Wed May 31, 2017 3:07 pm

On The Pipe wrote:
USABMXER1 wrote:Place I go for my running shoes is a local place called 3 Rivers Running. They put you on a treadmill and record how you run and then they'll find shoes that will make it so that you are running comfortably. They definitely helped out a whole lot for my training shoes all throughout middle school and then high school as well. Made it so that I was feeling as much pain in my knee anymore but still felt some pain when I went out for our 10k runs and above. They all seemed to last awhile and the only thing I have ever had happen to any of them is a giant hole from pegs on a pit bike ripping through it. But other than that they all work out perfectly and have been working out great for me! Maybe look for some places around your area that sell just running shoes and they should have something similar and will get you set up properly for training.

They did something similar when I enlisted in the Army and arrived at reception battalion for boot camp. I forget what type of foot they said I had just know there was three types overpronation, underpronation, and normal pronation. I always just bought shoes that looked "cool". Did some running in nike freerun's and they hurt my ankles way too much. My favorite shoe is the Nike Shox Turbo VI ID w/ custom colors.
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For work Carolina loggers seem to hold up well and are comfortable
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Yeah even though I am neutral pronator I always hop on the treadmills still just to make sure, I have had it change completely before so always want to be as safe as possible when purchasing them.


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