So, I have tried some super shoes and if you check Athletics Illustrated, the On shoe is pretty amazing. Also, the Skechers are good, but fit small, so buy half a size up.
And when I mean good, seems to work well with having had a hip replacement.
I have asked this question before, but I will ask it again to make sure I remember correctly. Is downhill skiing safe for us with a hip replacement? I miss it dearly. I don’t need to do deep pow, jumps or moguls.
Hey, for the Women’s Transition House, I am putting on our fifth annual New Year’s Day Polar Bear Swim at Esquimalt Lagoon in Victoria, BC. As none of you are from Victoria, you likely wont be doing it. However, the suggested donation to participate is $5 CDN. So, if you donated and are from the UK or US that would be about $3.50 USD and maybe two pounds? Maybe three pounds? It is a great cause. They need money.
May put on a mile race at the same time…..woot.
Is there anyone here who has run sub-elite times post replacement? So, I am interested in sub-33 10K men, sub-36-10K women or add a minute for masters (40-plus) or equivelant performance times over other distances. I have some questions to ask about a potential article for www.athleticsillustrated.com.