Running Shoes

To make sure you stick with option one, you need to protect your joints. The best way to do this, is to use running shoes, suited to YOUR feet.

All shoes have varying levels of support and, to avoid injuries, this is one of the first considerations you need to think about when choosing a pair of running shoes. As most of us have different support requirements, there is no ONE best running shoe which will work perfectly for everyone.

This fun little Garmin gadget attaches itself to your shoe and measures your running speed and distance. It even notices your stride length changes for accurate distance calculations!

Garmin has developed a great little foot pod gadget to attach to your running shoe or even just your shoe laces, it’s that small. This foot pod will measure your running speed and distance whilst noticing any change in your running strides and report back to you on your forerunner.

Most other pedometers measure distance and speed on a broad basis. The Garmin Foot Pod, on the other hand makes use of MEMS sensor technology which is highly accurate and takes your movement changes into consideration when calculating speed and distance. When your stride changes, the results will reflect these and you can have confidence in an exact running distances and speed.

As the cherry on the top, the sensor also measures your running cadence. By analyzing your running cadence you will be able to approach your goal speed and distance in a realistic manner with and evaluate your progress with measurable results.

Garmin has developed a great little foot pod gadget to attach to your running shoe or even just your shoe laces, it’s that small. This foot pod will measure your running speed and distance whilst noticing any change in your running strides and report back to you on your forerunner.

Most other pedometers measure distance and speed on a broad basis. The Garmin Foot Pod, on the other hand makes use of MEMS sensor technology which is highly accurate and takes your movement changes into consideration when calculating speed and distance. When your stride changes, the results will reflect these and you can have confidence in an exact running distances and speed.

As the cherry on the top, the sensor also measures your running cadence. By analyzing your running cadence you will be able to approach your goal speed and distance in a realistic manner with and evaluate your progress with measurable results.