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Training >> Beginner Runners >> Change in trainers
Training for the London Marathon and got a new pair of trainers - out for a long run tomorrow. (weather permitting)
Only got trainers on Thursday - I wore them the other day for 35 mins on Friday and my calf muscles were quite tight. Should I wear my old ones or try these?
Or stick with a long-ish run on the treadmill instead?
You need to break in your new trainers over a coupld of rshorter runs until you dont feel that calf tightness any more.
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Stretch your calves after your run too, whichever trainers you wear.
"Only mzungus run along the paved road" Chris Cheboiboch, Kenya.
This is something I always forget to do, but it makes all the difference.
Every stitch is like a little hug
Thanks all. Especially re stretches after running. I'm very naughty about stretches in general really. Keep meaning to get better. Must start this week.
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