Training for a 10K Run, an OKR story
New Shoe day is simply the best for any runner. My Newton Gravities hit the 250 mile mark and you could tell it was time. When I ran for longer distances I could feel it in my knees and the padding in the sole was just much less than they were once before. I did some research around my next pair. I really enjoyed the Newton brand (sorry Brooks). After realizing I need a bit of pronation stabilizing shoe I looked at the Distance S (S is for stability). A little less than the Gravity in price so I snagged a pair. This was my first run in them and I must say they were great! We'll see how they end up. I always say new shoes are always great because they are new. Once the honeymoon period (about 50 miles on them) is done you really see if a shoe is good for you.