As most people familiar with Saucony know, Saucony created three new shoes in the Saucony Endorphin line. I like this approach to their shoes because they categorize them into the various needs of running. You don’t need to run all of your miles in a carbon plated shoe, so having other easily distinguishable options is great.
Sometimes it feels as though running and injuries go hand and hand. The more you run, the more likely you are to get injured. Why is that? There are so many rules to build mileage, but what is best for you might not be best for your friend.
Most sources state the ten percent rule is a good spot to start when increasing your mileage. It’s similar to BMI and while a good, very basic guideline, it’s not perfect for everyone.
Over the next month or so, I’ll be sharing things we stopped to do on our cross country move. I’m not the best at traveling because I need to stop every so often to stretch my legs. With the pandemic, I’m picky about where I stop because rest stops or crowded trails aren’t my favorite thing.
As I mentioned last week, I’m participating in the GRIT Summer Distance Project. I signed up to run 300 miles in 30 days. Some years that wouldn’t be a “difficult” accomplishment, but I haven’t been running as much in 2019, 2020. I started last Monday. Even though it’s not a “race”, it’s something to train for, so I wanted to bring back training logs. I also have a Strava if you’re interested.