Physical Therapists Using Clinical Analysis To Discuss The Art And Science Behind Running and The Stuff We Put On Our Feet

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Hey runners!! Today Chief Editor Matt Klein gives a preview to the Adizero Avanti and we discuss who may need track spikes in the first place. We then talk about what we can and cannot learn from our outsole wear pattern. Finally we talk about the ranging stability within super shoes and which may be appropriate for those with certain stability needs.

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Mizuno Wave Rider 25: New full length Enerzy is a simple joy. Soft, flexible forefoot is unique
Hoka Arahi 5: One of the best stability shoes of the year, and the best walking shoe as well. Versatile.

Rabbit Running Clothes: Incredibly soft, high quality clothing for your next run
Feetures Socks: Massively grippy socks that will make you feel more one with the shoe
Spring Energy Gel: Smooth and goes down easy. Great flavors
UltraAspire Fitted Race Belt: Fantastic fitting belt that's durable, quick-drying, and comfortable
Trigger Point Foam Roller: Help get those knots out post-run and feel better for tomorrow
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Theragun Massager: This small version is great on the go for working tired legs


August Round Up at Doctors of Running
New Balance 860v12 Review -
The premium stability trainer gets a big upper update to make the ride plush and comfortable for long miles
XTEP 160x 2.0 Video Review - Editor Matt Klein digs into what's new with the Chinese brand's updated carbon fiber plated racer
Running Research Resource Center
- Interested in scholarly research on running? Check it out here!
On Cloudstratus 2.0 Review - On Running revamps their maximal neutral trainer with a redialed midsole and new sustainable upper

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