This tribe is for Trail Runners of all levels. May the more experienced offer tips and advice for the beginners and may everyone have a great time exploring the trails at a swift pace!
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I run in VFFs all the time... All off road.., wouldn't run any other way now.... Has made my lower legs loads stronger and resolved all my old nightly road running injuries... Never go over on my ankles any more... My proprioception is loads bette...
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I use Inov8's and I have two pair. One with Gortex and one without. The Gortex keeps the rain and snow out to a point but they have good feel on the ground. The Gortex ones are slightly larger so if ordering them online keep that in mind. I als...
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I run on a range of trails ranging from very tame urban paths to very rocky mountain trails. I have different shoes for the different types of terrain. I have tried a number of different trail runners but my favorite by far are Salomon (I have a w...
Dave M I have to agree with Steve S, I much prefer the softer surface of trail running. With the warm weather, the trails are beginning to dry up here, did a 55 minute run this afternoon.
I prefer trails but end up running a popular loop after work with friends that includes some man-made surfaces. I really feel the difference in my legs, feet, and shins when I'm off the trail. The trail is much more comfortable for me.
I don't have to deal with snow luckily! But as a slightly unrelated update my old Nikes I used for road runs were starting to get a bit worn, and I decided to go a bit lighter for road runs too. I tossed up between Inov8 and NewBalance Minimus roa...
Your goals sound great to me, even though flat country is horror for me :D I'm living in Germany close to the Schwarzwald. If I'm looking out of the window I only see hills and forrest and most of my runs include a lot of hill running. I've been r...
I've been using the Asics gel target GTX for almost a year now, they provide you with good grip and even work in deep snow. I've never had any problems with them but I think they are not produced anymore and I don't know the name of the folowing m...
I have also been reading a book on running technique and gait analysis, and found that I was touching down too far ahead of my body, which lead to a bit of a heel strike. I've brought it back a bit and run with a fairly neutral strike now and have...
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