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BARCLE
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10/3/10 11:12 P

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That's a good guideline and as long as they're still feeling good I'd say they're okay. If you start to get shin splints or any soreness, then I'd say new shoes time emoticon

Smile .... it makes people wonder what you're up to ;-)

The fourth glass of wine is always a good idea before you do it and a really bad idea afterward! ;-)

It is far easier to MAKE time to exercise than it is to FIND time to exercise. You want results???? MAKE it happen.


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YORKITEER
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10/3/10 1:08 P

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Was reading a running book from Runners World last night and it said between 300 and 400 miles.


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10/2/10 9:04 A

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How often should I buy new shoes? I currently have a pair of Adidas and Saucony that I switch between, but I've had them since April. They are still in okay condition. The soles are still good, and they still have tread on the bottom. Plus, my feet don't ache or anything, even after running for more than a hour. Should I be getting ready to purchase some new shoes?


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