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My ITBS started while training for the ¡¯09 Chicago Marathon in Asics 2012s (now 2016s?). I was able to finish after much physical therapy and trained for the ¡¯10 Chicago Marathon with the same issues, same shoes (newer model), but DNF¡¯d at mile 15. My pain usually started when mileage began to ramp up to 10-15 miles during the training cycle. I have since gone minimal (Saucony Kinvara, Merrell trail glove, New Balance Minimus road all in rotation), without any problems. I have also been strength training my core and ITB muscle group, as well as going to a midfoot strike. All of these changes combined have kept me injury free for the last 6 months. Back in January of this year I began training for the NYRR Half Marathon in New York City which took place this past weekend. I had been Nike Dunk Mens UK Trainers running regularly for the previous two years and was typically logging 80-100 mile months and was looking forward to the challenge of my first race longer than a 10K. At the time I was in the midst of reading ¡®Daniels¡¯ Running Formula¡¯ (by Jack Daniels) and was feeling extra ambitious, so I formulated my own training program which was based off of one of his marathon training programs in the book. I modified the mileage a bit because I was only going to run a half, but I tried to stick to his principles of many long and slow miles highlighted by a speed (he calls them ¡°quality¡±) workout or long run twice per week.
2nd week i decided to go all out and let my feet get blistered to speed up callus build up to toughen my bare soles. Ran 10km barefoot, with blisters on almost every toe, forefoot and heel¡..got a needle and popped them all, squeezed the fluid out, and wore socks all day long¡.and took 3 days off to recover¡.4th day went back running barefoot, no real pain, but skin from the blisters came off, as i had planned¡.ran barefoot until it hurt then stopped mid run and ran with water socks for the rest of the way.
Truth be told I adore both the Trailroc and the Neo Trail, neither are perfect shoes but each time I lace them up I know I¡¯m enjoy running in them.
I had terrible ¡®shin splints¡¯ and other knee pains. I first went minimal in old water shoes running running 200m each day. After learning proper form (from this and other websites), I slowly returned to my original mileage with no pain. This was about last April. I go to school in Vivo Aquas and run in ZEM originals and Vivo Ultras. It has been about 10 months since I have been in a shoe with a heel-toe drop. By the way,I find that all ¡®barefoot¡¯ shoes are bad substitutes for the real thing. Ther Nike Free Womens UK cheap Trainers e is nothing like warm pavement on a cool summer evening.
Given the higher offset, my days in the Launch have passed, but for a period it was the best shoe in my stable, and carried me to an unexpected PR at the Disney (Ice) Marathon. I was sad to hear not to long ago that the Launch was to be discontinued (and the fact that there never was a Launch 2 supports this), but there have been recent rumblings that it may have been spared ¨C Nike Free Mens UK Trainers I hope so, as it¡¯s a great shoe for its niche.