NEWSLETTER SEPTEMBER 2016: Trail vs Running Shoes and more
Corezone Monthly Newsletter: September 2016 – Rasa Sayang Update, Trail vs Running shoes and How to improve your running techniques.
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SEPTEMBER 2016

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PROJECT RASA SAYANG’S JOURNEY

Last month we introduced Rasa Sayang HEY, a project by two ordinary Malaysians touring Iceland on folding bicycles. Their 33-day journey will cover Iceland via the Iceland Ring Road.

They have finally ended their adventure in Iceland.

We’d like to welcome them back home and also thank them for sharing their experience with us.

Check out their amazing pictures in their Instagram account at www.instagram.com/rasasayanghey

Here are some highlights from their epic journey.

 

 

 

 

 


THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ROAD RUNNING AND TRAIL RUNNING SHOES

The main difference between road and trail shoes is their composition. Shoes designed for road running are generally made of lightweight material to encourage speed and responsiveness. The need for traction on paved roads is minimal, so the treads of road shoes are thin.

Trail running shoes are traditionally heavier and designed to support and protect the foot on rugged terrain. These shoes offer durable soles with more aggressive tread patterns to defend against rocks, sticks and other obstacles one might encounter on the trails.

 

 

 

 

 

HOW TO RUN EFFECTIVELY

Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned runner, it’s always good to know that there’re a lot of like minded and passionate individuals who want to improve the quality of the sport. Also, as mentioned in the previous section, proper form will extend your shoe’s lifetime.

Here are two videos with some tips on how to run effectively.

How to Have Proper Running Form | Running

This video talks about basic running form.

 

You can find out more about stride rates and breathing techniques here.

 

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