Summer: Day 84. Run a Mile in My Shoes.

Summer: Day 84. Run a Mile in My Shoes.

I’m training for a 5K with the Couch to 5K program. Which is awesome. But I’m already behind. I have no idea how I’m going to do this, or why I’m doing this, however I’m pressing on.

I think I need new shoes. That would help.

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5 Responses to Summer: Day 84. Run a Mile in My Shoes.

  1. New shoes would definitely motivate you :) And really strangely, so do new running socks.

  2. Liz says:

    I started running 5ks earlier this year, also with the couch to 5k program. I wrote a little about why here: (funny that it was inspired in large part by your friend Maggie).

  3. barchbo says:

    I hate to run, but I commit to run with you one time. If you want to run with me.
    Promise we won’t go fast.

  4. Leah says:

    New shoes would definitely help! They are both inspiring and comfy. Your shoes look pretty worn down. I suggest either reading about shoes or going to a nicer running store to get help finding a good kind. If you look at the website for Brooks running shoes, I believe they still have an info sheet about how to fit shoes. In a nutshell, you look at the wear on your current shoes. This shows how you tend to roll (inward, outward, or maybe not at all) as you walk/run. Then, knowing that, you can find various fits that work with your feet. I have a high arch and roll outward (I wear down the outer edges of shoes), so I get shoes with a strong curve to the sole to help correct for my tendency.

    Good luck with the running! I am just wrapping up couch to 5k. I am still much slower than I “should” be on the program — I run each mile at ~ 12.30 pace. But it is still good, and I find that two months of running means I now miss running on the days I’m too busy to get out.

  5. Oooooh pretty new site! I need a new site design too but it’s a bit complicated.

    Anywho…I did the couch to 5k program starting Jan 1 of this year, and fell a bit behind but still managed to do pretty well in my first race, which was actually 4 miles. You can do it! I was still running and had scheduled two more 5ks when I broke my foot last month. Now I’m gonna have to start the program ALL over. Oh well!

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