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Press Release: New Balance Minimus Ionix 3090v2

Press Release: New Balance Minimus Ionix 3090v2

New Balance will add to the  Minimus collection with the introduction of the edgy NB Minimus Ionix 3090v2. This update continues to push the envelope with vivid designs and superior technical  features from the first edition but with key improvements. The NB Ionix running shoe launches in July 2013 and the suggested retail price is $155. … Continue reading

Recovery: Foam Rolling

Recovery: Foam Rolling

Foam rolling is a self-myofascial release (SMR) technique that is used by athletes and physical therapists to inhibit overactive muscles. This form of stretching utilizes the concept of autogenic inhibition to improve soft tissue extensibility, thus relaxing the muscle and allowing the activation of the antagonist muscle. This technique can be effective for many muscles, … Continue reading

Review: Teva Tevasphere Speed

Review: Teva Tevasphere Speed

Name of Shoe: TEVASPHERE SPEED What is it? TevaSphere Speed is the first trail running shoe inspired by the world of Obstacle Races and Trail running which features TevaSphere technology that uses a spherical heel and support pods that improve stride, reduce impact and promote stability on unpredictable terrain. Price: SGD $239 Rating: 8/10 Like … Continue reading

Press Release: PUMA UNVEILS MOBIUM ELITE

Press Release: PUMA UNVEILS MOBIUM ELITE

PUMA UNVEILS MOBIUM ELITE,  LAUNCHING A NEW CLASS OF PERFORMANCE RUNNING FOOTWEAR –ADAPTIVE RUNNING™ Mobium Elite Features New Patent-Pending Technologies Global sportlifestyle brand PUMA launches a new-to-market category of performance running—Adaptive Running™—with the introduction of the Mobium Elite shoe, available national-wide in April 2013. PUMA Mobium Elite is a performance trainer that expands and contracts as the foot moves. Rooted in anatomy and … Continue reading

Press Release: New Balance Minimus M10v2 Road

Press Release: New Balance Minimus M10v2 Road

New Balance announced that this April 2013 it will  update its original Minimus running offering with the all-new Minimus 10v2 . Designed for the minimal road runner who requires the perfect balance of protection and proprioception, the Minimus 10v2 is the  result of a complete overhaul and reconfiguration. Available in three colors  for men and … Continue reading

Review: Reebok RealFlex Transition 2.0

Review: Reebok RealFlex Transition 2.0

A Special thank you to Reebok Singapore and Royal Sporting House for sending us a pair of Reebok RealFlex Transition 2.0 We were excited to review this shoe as the original RealFlex Transitions had received great reviews from runners and cross-fitter around the world. The new Reebok RealFlex Transition 2.0 is a high-performance Crossfit training shoe from … Continue reading

Review: Timex Ironman Sleek 150-Lap Tap Screen™ (T5K253DH)

Review: Timex Ironman Sleek 150-Lap Tap Screen™ (T5K253DH)

While GPS and Heart-Rate monitor watch might tell you everything about your running from stride, pace, distance, calorie burn and heart rate. Sometimes, all we want is something slightly less and almost minimalist to record our running performance and that’s where the Timex Ironman Sleek 150-Lap Tap Screen™ (T5K253DH) comes into the picture. Developed in … Continue reading

What to look for in a Sports Watch

What to look for in a Sports Watch

Here are some key feature consideration to look for when choosing a sports watch to help you get the most out of your training and in preparing you for your next marathon. Ergonomics When choosing a watch look for something that is comfortable on the wrist, ideally with vented strap to allow sweat to disperse. … Continue reading

Running Shoe Category

Running Shoe Category

There are many different type of running shoe in the market today and it gets confusing with all the different categories the shoes are divided into. Here’s 7 main categories of the modern running shoes. Neutral These are for runners who are neutral or under-pronate. Some shoes may also be suitable for mild over-pronators. Under pronators should … Continue reading