First, examine your arch. Do the wet foot on a brown paper bag test if you aren’t sure what kind of arch you have. Here’s how to do it: http://www.runnersworld.com/running-shoes/the-wet-test
Then check out shoes and prices at http://runrepeat.com
Then order your shoes from the suggested website from runrepeat.com or use this fabulous and usually the lowest price ever site:
Lastly, replace your shoes before the tread wears out — usually every 4-6 months –or risk an injury. Buying new shoes is cheaper than knee surgery or plantar fasciitis.
the Super Bowl (According to HeraldOnline). So I’m hoping you are not in that 1.5 million. and I’m hoping that you are remembering that today is MONDAY – a fresh start; a clean slate. So no matter what you may have eaten yesterday, let’s start fresh today and be faithful this entire week. Back on 80% – we got this!
So this morning, the group shared this:
and usually the research states that it takes about 6 weeks for you to start to see a change in your body. So hang in there. More changes coming. Good ones. But it’s a lifestyle. You need to plan on continuuing to eat well and exercise – even when February is over.
BTW, pants in the dryer meaning – you can throw your pants in the dryer and so what if they shrink?! (But also you must throw your workout pants in the dryer, because you are working out so often they don’t have time to dry on the drying rack! LOL – needed some coffee this morning!)