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  • New Balance 1080v12 Review

    Loaded with cushion while still feeling lightweight; the 1080 story.

    One of the longest running models in New Balance’s Running shoe line is still rocking the recent Fresh Foam X midsole and lots of it. With New Balance pushing the fresh foam More v4 and FuelCell SuperComp trainer, where does that leave this high cushioned, while not the highest cushion trainer, in their line?

  • Altra Toin 6 Review

    That same feeling is what Altra tries to put in their shoes. They always have a 0mm heel-to-toe offset. The goal; to keep you moving how we were suppose to move, since we were born. This new model is one I think people will continue to enjoy.

  • Clifton 8 Review

    I’ve had a few models of the Clifton before. It’s been a solid shoe; real comfortable, pretty versatile, crazy lightweight. I had always liked how Hoka uses a metrocker midsole, which is a dynamic curvature to help you go heel-to-toe smooth, quick and efficiently. They want to compete with the hobby jogging king, Brooks. I believe they can definitely do so!

  • 5 Things I Wish I Did In High School XC

    It’s getting close to one of the best times of the year, cross country season. Some of you, hopefully most of you, are deep into you summer conditioning; waking up early to beat the heat, building the foundation of miles that will set you up for a successful season. My best advice training-wise is to listen to your coach and keep showing up wanting to get better. Don’t become too focused on results or some “get fit quick” idea. Control the controllables; here are some of those controllables that I recommend you pay attention to this cross country season, that I wish I did more of. 

  • The Best Things To Control This Cross Country Season

    It’s getting close to one of the best times of the year, cross country season. Some of you, hopefully most of you, are deep into you summer conditioning; waking up early to beat the heat, building the foundation of miles that will set you up for a successful season. My best advice training-wise is to listen to your coach and keep showing up wanting to get better. Don’t become too focused on results or some “get fit quick” idea. Control the controllables; here are some of those controllables that I recommend you pay attention to this cross country season.