Updated on June 5, 2014
Running goals for the rest of the year and Mizuno’s newest trail shoe
Happy National Running Day!!
I hope you are can celebrate by running a couple miles. I’m planning to go for a ride. Ya gotta rock what you got and for me, that’s two wheels.
I think it would be fun to talk about running goals for the rest of the year because running’s my favorite. (guess the movie reference)
A couple days ago I wrote about my goals for June and I can’t help but think about my goals after beating the injury punks.
My number one goal right now is to heal this stress fracture, regain strength and run again. But once I’m there, it’s been my dream to take up trail running. I’ve mentioned it on the blog before, but now that Mizuno is launching their new trail running shoe, there’s really no reason not to.
Check out the new Wave Kazan for the chicks. I’m in love already!
And the Wave Kazan for the dudes.
In case you would like to know a little more about them:
Mizuno is committed to their new + improved trail running shoe line. The new Wave Kazan’s and Wave Hayate are a tricked out version of the Ascend 8.
These kicks provide the right amount of flexibility, versatility, proper stability and engineered for multi-terrain grip.
These kicks are the best of both worlds, lightweight with protection and stability required for the ultimate trail running experience.
Mizuno wants to hook you up with a free pair of Wave Kazan’s!
Become a fan of their Facebook page, upload a picture of your favorite trail experience on the “take to the trail” tab. You can only upload one pic, so give it your best shot! You have until Sunday, June 8th at midnight EST to enter.
Mizuno fans will vote for their favorite picture until June 20th and the 3 winners will be announced shortly after. Ummmm, make sure you vote for your own picture….
Now I am motivated more than ever to focus on R+R this month to get a step closer to hitting up the trail with them.
Fill in the blank: I run______________________.
Any trail runners out there? What features do you find most important in a trail running shoe?
What are your running/fitness goals for the rest of the year?