Seller: Homerun Monkey by New Balance
The Minimus cleat takes the lightweight flexibility of a running shoe to enhance natural motion and articulation and adds the cleats you need to grip it and rip it. 4 mm drop9 metal spike plate configurationCamo liningForm fitting neoprene tongueFunctional asymmetrical upperLightweight low-cut cleat
Anton Krupicka presents New Balance Minimus Trail.
From the basic knowledge and skill sets of a sport manager to the current trends and issues in the sport management industry, the Fifth Edition of this best-selling text provides the foundation for students as they study and prepare for a variety of sport management careers. The authors, all well-known sport industry professionals, show students how to apply their new knowledge and skills to any segment in the sport industry from high school to the international arena. Principles and Practice...
The Natural Running Revolution Has Started Learn how to use minimalist running shoes as tools for improving your running form and run injury-free for life. Understand what the latest footwear technologies offer and decide which works for your situation. Learn what's wrong with traditional running shoes and how you can prevent injuries in the future. Run Natural. Run Free.
Draws on the knowledge of coaches and other running experts to show how and why to make the move safely to running in less shoe and explains why most runners should consider minimalism.
The basic rationale for running barefoot or in minimalist models goes something like this: Humans evolved to cover long distances by foot. By introducing a thick layer of cushioning and an elevated heel between the foot and the ground, modern running shoes alter natural running form. But modern running shoes alter form in ways that lead to injury. Therefore, getting back to a more natural running gait by running in little-to-no shoe will lead to improved form, which should lower injury rates....
The all-trails version of Jardine's "PCT Hiker's Handbook--a more complete explanation of what's becoming known as The Ray Way in hiking circles.