Pair 1 - Terra Momentum. All Terrain shoe.
I have tried these a few times and they are not a magical shoe as my neuromas still hurt.
Pair 2 - Gravity. Neutral performance.
|I love lots of colors!|
Both pairs have these nubs on the bottom at the ball of the feet, this is what I think helps some people with neuromas because it keeps the bones in your feet pulled apart.
|Nubs is a technical term|
Yes, I could run 'naked' but I need to calibrate the footpod for my garmin if I am going to be spending time on my treadmill. So I plugged everything in and watched last nights episode of CSI on DVR. As I was waiting my feet started feeling a bit numbish....probably not good but I still wanted to try these shoes.
Well i decided to try a progression run of sorts. So I set the treadmill to 5mph for the first mile then 5.5mph for the second and 6mph for the third......I realized at just before 2.5 miles that I forgot to hit the calibrate button and the watch was a bit off from the treadmill so I stopped at 2.5 and then sent the watch to calibrate the last .5 miles. So I did 3 miles in 33 min. Not great but not bad....funniest part was when the plug from the power strip that my TV and treadmill were plugged into fell out and I crashed into the front of the treadmill :)
After the run I realized I need to learn how to foam roll..I have one and have never used it. There are tons of videos on you tube so it is pure laziness!
Well my feet did hurt, maybe less than usual but I can't be sure. I think I will try them again to see how I feel but not tonight.....tonight is anti gravity yoga!! SO EXCITED!!!
|That is A LOT of candy!!|
|This makes 5 registered half marathons so far for 2013|