Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Gosh... I bought NIKE+

Cost me another SGD50. Eventually, I spent SGD175 on NIKE product over the weekend. Maybe I think that during a worse recession next yr, I wont dare to buy anything, so, spend now la. It consists only 2 simple components. A sensor and a receiver.
1 thing that Im sure going to find out is, how technically the gadget work. Then, will try to attach the sensor to any other shoes. Does anyone ever attempted before?

Legs still sore after sunday's 20km run. So, try it for the 1st time just to collect data. As usual, started from office and end at home. The ipod readings as follow:
Distance: 6.9KM
Time: 33:25

Pace: 4:49min/km
Calories: 430
(gosh, Im 60kg now)

Monday, November 17, 2008

Shoes... IN and OUT

God damn it!
My Adidas Supernova Cushion 7 got stolen! Cursing hard the thief... Such a great shoes! Light, responsive, ventilated, comfort and cushioned. Bought at SGD127 last time.

Decided not to buy back the same shoes so that I can try on other. Somehow, this shoes just caught my eyes with its innovative design. Look really nice, Nike Zoom Victory+. SGD125. Took it to ECP for a 18KM 'ride. Narrow toe area. Sole is hard for my feet. Guess it's more like a shopping shoes for me now. Perhaps, a few more run it will fit more to my feet.

Months ago, bought an Asics GT2130 at SGD120, 40% disc. It should be my main racing shoes for now. Once, tried it on 30KM LSD. Light, responsive with cushion. Happy with it.

Do think of buying another pair specifically for training. I am thinking for AdiStar. My last pair of AdiStar Control left some fond memory with me. Great cushion. I felt my feet is proctected. Though it's heavier, but not a problem to me. The weight is good during training.