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Whether you’re training for your fifth ultra-marathon, lacing up to tackle your first kilometre on the metaphorical road to a fitter life or anywhere else in-between, all runners have one thing in common: Their shoes are an important component to comfort and success.
Unfortunately shoes don’t last forever — even if you’ve found the perfect pair for your physicality, gait and goals — and it’s important to know when to retire your trusty old kicks and break in a fresh pair
“Running in a pair of beat up and worn-out shoes can be detrimental for your training, especially if we don’t ease back into running,” says …
Via: Mashable: Sports