CREW Running CREW v9

Wolf

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Fuck yeah, bitches!!! :coold: :coold:
Had to haul balls the last 3 miles too, since I knew my earlier pace was slow. :bowdown:

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Freaking DYING at the end.

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mollywhop

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Lmao forgot to replace my shoes on the normal mile schedule until last week and just got my new pair in, same model and generation (Arahi 5). Surprised I wasn’t feeling the road with every step, these things are absolutely trashed. No wonder trail runs were feeling like I was running underwater

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Wolf

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waldo98

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Any recommendations for trail running shoes? I'm looking towards the Saucony Peregrine 11 but open to other brands.

I tend to sway towards stability shoes and my current rotation consist of Asics GT-2000 8s and Asics Glideride
 

mollywhop

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Any recommendations for trail running shoes? I'm looking towards the Saucony Peregrine 11 but open to other brands.

I tend to sway towards stability shoes and my current rotation consist of Asics GT-2000 8s and Asics Glideride
what are the conditions typically and I can give you some suggestions

I will say if it's mostly dry and not a ton of mud, the ones I posted above (Hoka Arahi 5) are stability shoes and after years of having a different pair for pavement, trail, etc. these are my go-to now for everything from pavement to gravel to dirt trails. The only pair of shoes I've ever owned that truly do everything well enough to be an all-in-one option. I would say the only thing they're not great at is heavy mud but it's hard to find anything that isn't super deep treads that is able to handle that, and I hate running in shoes like that anyways


edit- I also own a pair of Aasics 1000 GT (V9 I believe) and don't mind these on the trails that are full of roots and not super even surfaces since they have the heel spring that I normally don't like
 
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mollywhop

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and for what it's worth that blue pair above had probably 750-800 HARD mixed miles (mostly pavement and gravel) on them in 6 months and still didn't have a stitch missing or any other issues besides the normal wear on the bottom :bowdown: solid ass shoes
 

matrix243

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May 15, 2001
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Anybody else have this with garmin? Finish run, "done", seems to get delayed, probably from sweat, hit it twice and just happens to line up with discard and double taps. Gone. Why would they line the "done" section right with the "discard"?
 
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matrix243

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Anybody else have problems with hugely runny nose? Finally figured out why I get bad head pressure behind the eyes and at the back. Real bad in cold weather. I just wipe it away now instead of sucking in. Should just run with handkerchief I guess. Yes I'm a ball of problems.
 

mollywhop

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Got my new headlamp the other day and just put it to use for an actual run last night around 10pm. Holy fuck this thing is brighter than my future. That’s not even the full brightness in the pic :rofl: almost got myself killed by inadvertently blinding an oncoming car and had to dodge a bit



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mollywhop

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I stopped yesterday for a random trail run at one of my favorite loops. Made it almost to the end and stepped wrong with my left foot near a root, twisted hard sideways almost 90 degrees. Made it back no problem but about 11 PM when I was about to go to bed the pain hit. thankfully I already have a PT appointment today for another issue :rofl: i'm falling apart bros
 
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Wolf

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Anybody else have problems with hugely runny nose? Finally figured out why I get bad head pressure behind the eyes and at the back. Real bad in cold weather. I just wipe it away now instead of sucking in. Should just run with handkerchief I guess. Yes I'm a ball of problems.
I just use my shirt.
 

mollywhop

🤙 Dick was moist as fuck 🤙
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Feb 13, 2020
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Anybody else have problems with hugely runny nose? Finally figured out why I get bad head pressure behind the eyes and at the back. Real bad in cold weather. I just wipe it away now instead of sucking in. Should just run with handkerchief I guess. Yes I'm a ball of problems.
snot rockets all day erryday
 

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