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Please, give me an advice about which heart-rate monitor to select. I'm trying to keep a steady pace at 140-150 bpm.
Garmin devices are too expensive for me, but cheaper devices give false readings. I bought three devices and everything is meaningless.
My child is 10 years old; he runs on an indoor track. In summer I’m gonna bring him with me for outdoor running through the city.
Should I buy special running shoes for him, with more sufficient cushioning, for instance, as I run on concrete surfaces mainly?
Good afternoon, Oleg Sergeevich.
I have longitudinal flat feet, II grade. Usually, the doctors, of course, think I'm crazy because I run with a flat feet. But I know many people with the same diagnosis who run like me and don't have any problems.
I have two questions:
- Should I buy special running shoes which are considered as shoes for runners with hyperpronation? My experience tells me that such running shoes don't differ significantly from ones for neutral pronation.
- Where can I order insoles which could be used instead of usual insoles of running shoes in order to reduce potential harmful impact of running with flat feet?
I'd like to get recommendations on winter running, especially when it is snowing.
- Is it advisable to run on snow?
- Which running shoes should I choose in order not to slip or sink into the snow?
- Maybe it is better to move to running on an indoor track or a treadmill in winter?
I'm choosing running shoes for regular running but I have a problem - my knees and foot hurt sometimes. I was going to choose shoes from Asics models but the consultant advised me to buy Hoka running shoes. What do you think about this brand?
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