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Oks - so after not running for two days my omnipresent shin splits left, hmmmmmm. I will see how it goes tomorrow after only 2.5km today, but so far so good, don't even know I got any shins today.

This is one of my current running tracks, if anyone want to stomp in a synchronized beat. I have to say my sprint parts are way faster, but it's ok. I also love the NASA visuals.

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After reading the thread I was uncertain about your daily routine? Are you literally running every day? Some other words made me wonder if you might have an addiction of sorts. It may simply be too much for your body.

Two alternatives to running which i found to be just as efficient from a time and intensity standpoint are rowing and climbing. They also have opportunities for enhanced chicness. I’m not sure either would facilitate cramming though.

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It's an uncomfortable truth that many people who run regularly, learn to run through pain! I will run through most pains and it passes. Shin splints is the pain not to ignore, the more severe it gets, the harder and longer it takes to shake off. In my case it's always rectified by trainers!

Try to forget aesthetics, what is more important? Maximising your potential to run or cooing as you put your shoes on and off!!? I've never had a recommendation for Reebok and your shoes shouldn't fit like a glove! I'd say that the fit should be snug around the heel and bridge with plenty of room for your toes to wiggle, particularly on a treadmill where the belt will pull your toes into the front of the shoe! My own choice is Asics. If you experience impact issues, Asics Lite may not be your best friend and a heavier pair might suit better because the weight is in the rubber! I remove the insoles and replace with gel, no need for super expensive models. Final shoe suggestion would be to track your mileage and replace your trainers based on a schedule, I go through 4 trainers (and insoles) per year!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72-ebRSMJdE This LCD soundsystem album was commissioned by Nike in 2006 when Nike was marketing it's Nike+ product! It's a good one
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fundamentally what you need to do is find a specialist running shop that can do a gait analysis, check there website and see if offer the service or if they have at least a treadmill.

You can get the latest and greatest trainer but if it's the type it can do more harm than good check here for a brief explanation of different running shoe types
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Oks - so after not running for two days my omnipresent shin splits left, hmmmmmm. I will see how it goes tomorrow after only 2.5km today, but so far so good, don't even know I got any shins today.

This is one of my current running tracks, if anyone want to stomp in a synchronized beat. I have to say my sprint parts are way faster, but it's ok. I also love the NASA visuals.

https://youtu.be/WjNssEVlB6M
Are you combining it with a bit of strength training, too? I don't mean bulk up with weights because you can do pretty adequate training just using your own body for resistance. Maybe with some therabands.

Adding some muscle support to your joints, some balance training and working on flexibility helps to keep you injury-free, too.

Running every day isn't advisable. I think even elite athletes have rest days to allow the body to recover and repair.
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After reading the thread I was uncertain about your daily routine? Are you literally running every day? Some other words made me wonder if you might have an addiction of sorts. It may simply be too much for your body.
Hmmmm. Addiction? Lemi think about it. I'll get back to it after I run.

There are good addictions we should cave in, I think. Swiss tap water. I eat Gala apples everyday. Slopes! There are other things that should be done daily, imho, that I will not detail about considering our family friendly forum..but those don't leave me with shot shins Humans are creatures of habits!

Well, I gotta really rethink my foot planting technique and new running shoes. And accept the idea of wearing ugly shoes. Every. Day.

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I will look into rowing. Not symphony conducive but maybe I can split run/rowing daily. I just don't feel like bulking up, tbh.

Climbing I do already, love it. No chic factor! I do it for the chimpanzee factor. Being all chalked up and sweaty is not hot.
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Are you combining it with a bit of strength training, too? I don't mean bulk up with weights because you can do pretty adequate training just using your own body for resistance. Maybe with some therabands.

Adding some muscle support to your joints, some balance training and working on flexibility helps to keep you injury-free, too.

Running every day isn't advisable. I think even elite athletes have rest days to allow the body to recover and repair.
I shoot for 7 which usually means I squeeze 6 in. Sometimes 7 but then have an off day next wk or we ski. The distance is so short, 3-4kms so I think ça va. Just feels like I gotta work through it.
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It's an uncomfortable truth that many people who run regularly, learn to run through pain! I will run through most pains and it passes. Shin splints is the pain not to ignore, the more severe it gets, the harder and longer it takes to shake off. In my case it's always rectified by trainers!
Shoes, right. Asics are really really wide. I checked them. I will try these, they look narrower.



If it boils down to shin splints or Asics, mickeymouse shoes win.

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I am bellow 50kg, wasn't thinking of an impact but it may be. I'll try to slow down the sprint parts. And the gel soles might help, that's true. Any gels?

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Ok, that will make me grin. "Shame on you"? Is it some kind of catholic insider joke? Hahahahaha..the deep subliminal voice throughout the whole track. This is awesome! Reversed psych, here we run!

Ok. Little bit of lightheartedness to our treadmill rhythm, just don't cave into the dance steps!

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Ok I sound like an Asics fanboy now but Kayano have a narrow toe. I had a pair, loved them but had to give them up because the toe box was too narrow.

Whoever was saying to try rowing is giving good advice. If you can fit in 15 mins of rowing 2 or 3 times of week and concentrate on form, it pays off when it comes to running! It's great for core strength and stamina, this pays off a lot for running!
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A few comments from me:

Given the small number of kms you are doing per day, especially if as mentioned up thread you are pretty light so less impact stress on the muscles and joints and are running on a treadmill which has some cushioning too, I don't think there are really any issues with running almost every day as long as you aren't having problems. For the pain, I would also try a foam roller/tennis ball to rub out the sore areas. As others have mentioned, a quick apointment with a physio is a good plan - it shouldn't cost much and will probably tell you straight away what the issue is and whether you need to rest or can keep running and just add in some massage/stretch/other exercises.

I would try and mix up your sessions though if you want to get some better training adaptation. Eg every third/fourth/fifth day would just be a very steady easy jog with a few 6-10 second sprints at the end. Then the other days you can do some faster intervals or hill reps (put the treadmill on 6-8% incline and sprint up for 30-90 seconds, then put it back to flat and jog for a similar time, and repeat that process - more reps of shorter intervals).

For shoes, I ran in Asics Gel Nimbus until last year, then switched over to On Running Cloudflows which are MUCH lighter and still have some decent cushioning. I think they look good too. Link to black and white version here
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For shoes, I ran in Asics Gel Nimbus until last year, then switched over to On Running Cloudflows which are MUCH lighter and still have some decent cushioning. I think they look good too. Link to black and white version here
Ive been quite curious about On..
Are you doing road/threadmill?
Do you mind if I ask the distance you run and frequency?
Any opinion on durability vs Asics?
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Ive been quite curious about On..
Are you doing road/threadmill?
Do you mind if I ask the distance you run and frequency?
Any opinion on durability vs Asics?
I'm a triathlete, and doing about 40km per week on average, all on road. Runs vary between 6 and 20+km in length, normally running 4-5 times per week. I'm also fairly heavy (83kg) so putting a fair bit of stress on the cushioning

So far I am pretty impressed vs the Asics - in my size, the Cloudflows are 100g per shoe lighter! My first pair have done 940km so far and still feel fine, although I've just bought a new pair to start rotating in. I did a trail race last weekend in the old pair and just put a small hole in the fabric above the big toe - the first obvious damage.

I also have a pair of Cloudrush for doing track work, but find them a little too hard.

I would advise getting the first pair from the official On website, so you can get the sizing right (I ordered two pairs and sent one back). After that, you can find them cheaper in other places on-line.
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This is one of my current running tracks, if anyone want to stomp in a synchronized beat. I have to say my sprint parts are way faster, but it's ok. I also love the NASA visuals.

https://youtu.be/WjNssEVlB6M
Added to my current running playlist thanks.

Here's one for you from my current listening...

https://open.spotify.com/track/29tIh...RySMuRy42SpiSg

and one more, maybe not perfect for running but I think you will like it anyway...

https://open.spotify.com/track/1FplI...Q-CA7ITtHfPGyA
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I never really thought about needing rowing but it is true that the most challenging thing for me at the beginning on the treadmill and especially through the sprints, was keeping the balance right. The gym guys said to run in front of a mirror and focus on me, which was awkward at the beginning but it keeps me pulling up and running with a straight back. No slouching. I keep 5% incline now all the time which is better for efficient aerobic stuff. I start to lose balance the minute I fix my eyes on my feet.

I wasn't good again today, went for 3.5 instead of 2km. But my shins only hurt the last 500m and about 2hrs afterwards. I took some magnesium, will see.

On Running Cloudflows look nice..light but sturdy. I will check them out. I don't usually wear out shoes much so they will last. My current ones cca 900kms.
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I start to lose balance the minute I fix my eyes on my feet.
Understandable that you lose balance when you look at your feet, the head is the heaviest part of body and it's the furthest point from your centre leverage dictates it will have a profound affect on your balance. As any ski instructor will tell you you need to look forward not at your skis to keep you centred and balanced.
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Definitely easier to keep my balance on skis and skates, than a treadmill. The velocity pushing forward keeps me balanced. Sprinting on something that ends 10 inches in front of me is cognitively pretty weird. I guess like surfing on that one fake wave?

I want to check out snowboarding, it will be rough. Wobbly. Slow.

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Added to my current running playlist thanks.

Here's one for you from my current listening...

https://open.spotify.com/track/29tIh...RySMuRy42SpiSg

and one more, maybe not perfect for running but I think you will like it anyway...

https://open.spotify.com/track/1FplI...Q-CA7ITtHfPGyA
Awesome music! Esp. Nils Frahm. My ultimate piano inspiration!

Today I ran to a piano piece that I need to memorize, I am playing it every day. Addiction, wooohoooo!



And a symphonic piece we will perform, so I get it automatized.



Otherwise, yup, my shins are on a strike. Ran 3km, so getting a bit better at minimizing the daily strain. I started rowing after the run and it felt great. Not sure if I know what I am doing yet, but it is making the wheel spin so must be at least quasi-ok.

The shins were hell right after the run, though. Like, somebody-carry-me-through-the-rest-of-the-day bad. It is ok now but wish I kept my ballet form, tbh, I should have a lighter foot. I don't sprint all that fast, 17km/hr through the intervals.

GenevaSculler - triathlone looks enticing! Au moins, I love the tri-suit for chicks. So tempted! Sorry but the guy ones are a bit blah.

Why is a gym attire site called gymshark. Great clothes, not a great name.

Anyways, hope everybody is having great running day despite the nasty rains. Remember that if you want to achieve a big goal, shoot for the small ones first.

Congrats on any small goals! (5min rowing, here)
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Time to revisit our passion - this weather calls for team support.

Runners - you keeping at it? Or switching to another similar stuff in the heat?

I keep my daily runs, varies on length and sprints but generally it is steady for me. I am still on 5% incline, Tom, it works great. Stretch before and after, and added core weight lifting parts, some russian twists, keeping balance on the half dome ball and rowing each time I run.

Cold showers help afterwards. But if I toned down the runs, dealing with high temps would be worse. Drink 2x as much, though.

My Nikes Pegasus won, hands down. Onclouds wearers did not persuade me.

I bulked slightly, I knew I would but I don't care anymore just had to get new clothes. Still under 50kg.

How are you keeping at running these days? Woods? 4am?
10pm? Dips in a lake?
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Take up swimming to heal your pulled muscle.
But put your music first into see through waterproof bags.

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My shins still kill me, honestly, but it's getting a lot better. I had two running coaches overview my technique. New shoes helped and re-learning to plant my feet. I also really keep on my toes through sprints, that helped a great deal. My sprints got shorter, still between 70-100m but faster (22.5km/hr). It is fun, I'd be bored if I quit the intervals, tbh.

I gotta think about swimming, it is meditative as much as running, yeah. It is just inconveniently far. And I don't like fishes as a team support
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