Running puts our bodies under pressure, the constant pounding and relentless repetitive motions can sometimes lead to joint niggles and muscle moans (we’ve all been there!). Your choice of footwear is an important ally in the fight against pain and discomfort - making the right choice means training and racing can be as stress-free as possible (on your body anyway!). And that’s exactly what Mizuno’s Wave Ultima 10 promises to do
Support. It's something we all need from time to time. Runners especially look to training partners and cheering crowds to push them to success in the final mile (and the first). If you also require support in your trainers (and some 70% of the running population do) then Mizuno's Wave Inspire will be a familiar name. Now in its 14th incarnation, it has been a perennial favourite with over pronators for years. And for good reason.
Think summer. Think festival fever. Think sporting glory. Think sun (this year anyway). Those in the know ticked all these boxes (and more) at the endorphin-inducing Mizuno Endure 24 events which took place at locations in Reading and Leeds in June. Dubbed ‘Glastonbury for Runners’, the 24-hour party in the woods is a unique event, mixing serious ultra-running with a 24-hour team relay race. And the good news? Entries are already open for 2019.
Founded in 1906 in Osaka, Japan, Mizuno has a long and distinguished heritage of producing technical and high performance equipment.
The brand was also responsible for the World's first ever sports research and development laboratory which opened in 1938. Since those days, running has developed into Mizuno's biggest sport and a passion for technological advancements and improved performance is clear to see in their comprehensive range of running shoes.