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Learning

I learnt a few things this week: 1. A neuroma between the first/second toe is not called a Joplin’s neuroma as I said previously; a Joplin’s neuroma is actually on the medial side of the big toe and is very

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Metatarsalgia #6

Recap: a few weeks ago I noticed the wear pattern of my right shoe implied I was underpronating. I had been wearing some moderate support shoes for running and then recycled them into walking shoes. So I replaced my casual

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Shoe industry oppression #2

After going into four shops and trying on god knows how many pairs of shoes I finally found one that: 1. Was the correct size, 2. Was the correct shape, and 3. Had no miscellaneous weirdness going on. I am,

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Shoe industry oppression

I’ve been wearing my running shoes every day for the past 3 weeks and my foot feels ok. Ok means that it’s still not 100%, but it’s not bad. I have run a short distance once a week for the

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4.0

I had my third run in my Kinvaras on Tuesday night. I planned to do about 3ish miles but you know how these things go and I ended up doing 4. So I’ve gone 1.4 -> 2.0 -> 4.0 miles.

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Second Kinvara run

This might be a bit premature since the grand total of my Kinvara’s mileage is… 3.4 miles, but so far… I love them! My first run in them was a bit awkward, I felt the lower drop and it threw

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First run(s) of 2014

ONLY 11 days into the year in which I said I would run frequently and consistently, I finally actually ran. Not just once, but twice! Actually it was kind of the same run but with a five minute shoe switching

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