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So why did we design this product? Let us give you the geeky bit. The Runderwear running range is designed to give you maximum support with the highest level of comfort that you need from your Runderwear.
Everyone participating in Run To Work Day 2013 can now directly support those families most affected by the tragic events of 15th April at the Boston Marathon.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Menino this week announced the formation of The One Fund Boston.
“The One Fund Boston will act as a central fund to receive much needed financial support,” Governor Patrick said. “At moments like this, we are one state, one city, and one people.”
Mayor Menino added “We are one Boston. We are one community. As always, we will come together to help those most in need. And in the end, we will all be better for it,”
Running with music. A lot of runners wouldn’t dream of leaving the house without their trusted companion – the headphones. But does running with music help or is it a hindrance. Should running with music be banned in all races? Many would argue you get the ‘runners high’ in a bigger dose if you ‘run naked’; ie run with just the sound of mother-nature in your ears. Lets look at the arguments:
CrossFit is everywhere. The sport of fitness has well and truly arrived and is here to stay. CrossFit's exercise program is practiced by members of approximately 4,400 affiliated gyms, most of which are in the United States. In the UK we now have over 150 affiliates where a full list can be find here. Last year over 70’000 people signed up to compete in the CrossFit Open, a worldwide competition which aims to find the fittest male and female on Earth.
Ah the resolution. When the bells of Big Ben chime to indicate a new year is upon us we are more positive than we ever are. We are going to change. We are all going to improve.
Feet. And not just any feet; Runners Feet. These type of feet are special. These type of feet are different from the non-runners feet. These type of feet are used and often abused. But why? It seems a common acceptance amongst runners that toenails falling off, athletes foot and blisters are just ‘part’ of being a runner. Some of my favourite quotes I have heard in Clubhouses around the country are:
“Second toenail fell off this week – 8 to go!’
“Keep getting a blister on the inside of my foot, its part of me now – I have had it for fifteen years”
“You’ve only got 2 blisters, ha – I’ve got 4 at the moment!”
I could go on… However I want to discuss why I think the runner hasn’t learnt to ‘Love Their Feet’ and how at RunBreeze we want to change that.
Compression Socks. There are quite a few on the market now so which ones do you choose as a runner? That is the question we all asked each other at RunBreeze HQ when we decided to develop our new Compression Sock.
So less than 2 weeks to go until the National Lottery Olympic 5 Mile Race through the Olympic Park and finishing in the Olympic Stadium!
Wow, what a great 3 days at the Triathlon show! This was the first time we had exhibited at the TCR event and we were really pleased with the response our products got.