Today we are excited to share the first iteration of research that we believe steers us on a path to shift the current running shoe paradigm further in favor of the runner.
Tag Archives: running
July 24, 2013
Your first run in a triathlon comes much sooner than the exit at the second transition. There are several times to consider running in a triathlon and each should be simulated regularly in training. 1. The Beach Start The first point in a triathlon to consider running is often at the very beginning of the [...]
June 28, 2013
If you have knee pain when running, try two things – a visit to a sports medicine doctor or physical therapist and a stop at your local specialty running store for a gait analysis.
June 14, 2013
We at Brooks wish a very happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there who find their own ways to create memories and connect with their kids, through running or otherwise.
April 4, 2013
Weather, childcare issues, timing…lots of things outside your control can force your run inside. For me, that’s not all bad. Here are a few reasons I’m a fan of treadmill running.
February 28, 2013
Fitness is an important part of a balanced life, yet can be tough to fit it into a busy schedule, especially at work. Brooks believes it is important to foster an environment that encourages employees to be active each day and will share this viewpoint, and its impact on business productivity, at the upcoming South [...]
December 18, 2012
After receiving your requests, Brooks has decided to cancel plans to stop producing the Launch.
December 17, 2012
Looking for a few more things to fill out your Christmas stockings? Here are some ideas for the runner in your life.
November 21, 2012
In celebration of Thanksgiving, we asked our Facebook fans this week what they were thankful for? Your responses have been inspiring all around, but the most common one so far is simply the ability to get out there and run. Ain’t that the truth? Here are a few other things we’re thankful for as runners this [...]