Marco C encouraged this.
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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Grab yourself a buff :) breathe through it... Definitely takes the edge off :)
Bassel S encouraged this.
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...
Lethea G encouraged this.
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...
I just noticed that I was in no trail running tribe... I am currently doing only road competitions... while my training is in a great part trail. Unfortunately in my little and flat country (Holland) it is a bit difficult to find places...
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