Using Shoe Goo to secure a loose insole in racing flats

I’m a big fan of doing faster workouts in racing flats—lightweight, low-profile running shoes designed for road races.  The light weight allows you to go run faster, and the lower heel-to-toe differential gets your ankles, calves, and Achilles tendon used to working through a broader range of motion.  Using racing flats for your road and … Read more

Fun with statistics: A tutorial on using linear regression to develop race time conversions

As you can see, I’ve been playing around with numbers recently.  “Conversion charts” intended to predict future race performances (or equivalent race times) based on a previous race abound on the internet and in running books.  But they often don’t have the race distance you are looking for.  And the various conversion tools runners use … Read more