Saucony Freedom ISO

In line with the fitness kick my old Asics had started to show some significant wear and in fact had a hole worn through in the heel fabric. They had done over 500km according to Strava so were due for retirement.

Given the amount of time I was spending in my trainers and my increasingly old and sore feet I decided to go for an upgrade to these simply stunning Saucony Freedom ISOs in black

How nice! Attempting to buy my way to being a running ninja!

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They are completely blacked out and look amazing but more importantly they feel like running on clouds. I did a quick 4km in them last night just to see and the difference was incredible. Alright they are a bit pricey but if they hold together they should be well worth the cost. Word of warning though I had to go 0.5 size up from my other Saucony shoes, they fit a bit tight.

Truly have been transformed into a running Ninja

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V3.0 Fitness Reboot

So, we’re off again, we’ve had the 2015 fitness reboot that never got started, the V2.0 in 2016 that got a bit started but led to me putting about 10kg on and now we are into 2017 – 3 months in and we’re still going strong and seeing some weight loss!

It started in January with a little attempt to get fitter for the ski trip and carried on afterwards. In the first two months I lost 10gk which got me down to 103kg today, I’m aiming for 90 by the end of the year mainly through calorie control and an awful lot of running.

I’m going for slow paced distance but last night while the kids were training I got a smaller faster run in

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and this is what we are aiming for

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