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If you’re battling an injury, lacking motivation, or simply not achieving the results you know you’re capable of, you may resent the sport of running. In fact, running will break your heart.
Here’s how you can love running again.
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Nike offers a nice range of sportswear for all types of runners, from track and field athletes to marathoners. And you can now buy Nike running shoes in-store at The Runners Shop (374 Bloor St. W, Toronto).
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Sure, remembering the time you accomplished your biggest running goal can be a warm fuzzy memory. Still, it can make where your fitness is at presently discouraging or make your goals seem unattainable for some of you.
It’s better to start with a clean slate and take it easy. You may have run an effortless 5k in the past but need to take some walk breaks now. It’s also how you stay injury-free.
Drop by and use our handy curbside bench to try on shoes. Or take them home to try them on (indoors, please) and bring them back if they don’t fit. When you can actually see and touch the product, as well as have a (masked) face-to-face conversation with a real human, you’ll be happier and more confident in your purchasing decisions.