by Mizuno USA on May 3, 2011
This blog, which is all about Awesome stuff for Awesome people, posted information on the Wave Prophecy, which they say looks "damned cool". The Awesomer focuses on highlighting and profiling unique products including everything from footwear to clothing to video games. And we couldn't agree more -- the new Wave Prophecy is, in a word, Awesome! Here at Mizuno, we're very proud of this shoe and are glad that others agree! Aweseomeness indeed. See The Awesomer’s take on Prophecy
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by Nancy Clark on May 3, 2011
Nancy Clark, MS, RD, CSSD (Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics) counsels both casual and competitive athletes in her private practice and offers her knowledge to help Mizuno runners.Q: I know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but I'm trying to lose weight. If I reduce what I eat at breakfast and/or skip it entirely (and thereby reduce my caloric intake for the day), will that help me lost weight? Or is that just wishful thinking? Janet, Islip, New YorkA: Skipping breakfast to lose weight, is wishful thinking. In theory it’s a goo...
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by Bob "Wish" Wischnia on May 3, 2011
Do you have a shoe-related question? Or a running shoe question, specific to Mizuno for the Mizuno Shoe Guy? If you have a question you’d like him to answer, send it to Shoeguy@Mizunousa.com. He'll pick five questions a month to answer and if he picks your question, we'll send you a beautiful Mizuno tech T-shirt.Q: When I first started running two years ago, the guy at the running store had me walk in bare feet and put me in neutral shoe...
by Mizuno USA on May 1, 2011
Janice Bashore, our very own Mizuno apparel guru, returned from a recent trip to Japan with a new perspective. Janice is still waiting for the "perfect" head shot to be taken of her so we can set her up with her own blog author profile on our...
by Bob "Wish" Wischnia on April 28, 2011
Typically with national-class road runners, the accepted pathway to marathon success is through the half marathon. But Josh Moen of Team Mizuno/Minnesota is not your typical marathoner. Although he trains upward of 110 miles a week and has outstanding credentials at the sub-marathon distances with personal bests of 13:35 and 28:26 (5-K/10-K), 62:50 for the half and owns the fourth fastest 10-mile time in the US (46:38), Moen is by his own admission, “Not very good in the marathon.” That's a huge problem in the upcoming Olympic year when the US Olympic Marath...