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Originally Posted by sirious94 View Post
we went through years of development to create a lightweight running shoe with enough shock absorption so that we would not get knee injurys, learned that we could get better performance if we used less padding but that would be too dangerous to train in, and you are asking me what now?
As I just said in another thread. I know none of us are necessarily Norman Stadler. However, I always wonder why people think that if they do something different than what 99% of people who have set world records in running are going to benefit.

Go to a running store, and ask them to fit you to a pair of shoes. Running more is one of the best ways to run faster. The other really good way to run faster, is to run fast often.
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