Salming Accrued Women\s Shoe 12392289 Running Xplore ACGINOWYZ3

Salming Accrued Women's Shoe 12392289 Running Xplore ACGINOWYZ3

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Product DetailsWhen using the Salming Xplore natural running shoe you effectively train the muscular structures of your feet whilst remaining looking stylish.Salming Rule of 5 - Product Design FrameworkLight - Weight reduction: running efficiency improves approximately 3-4% per 100g. A lighter weight will cut minutes away from your PB on a half marathon!Flexible - Mimics barefoot running. The shoe strengthens biological structures with a very flexible forefoot.Flat - A low heel-to-toe drop facilitates a correct foot landing and keeps you balanced with gravity.Thin - Improves sensory feedback from the feet to the brain (Proprioception). Makes use of your body's natural cushioning system. Comfortable - Anatomical fit, breathable upper and a roomy toe box provide the ultimate in comfort.Our lightest shoes feature a 2 layer upper construction which adds durability while keeping the weight at a minimum. This results in extremely breathable characteristics and a quick, responsive feel to running experience.The distance from the heel to the ball of foot (62% of the shoe) has been designed with extra stability, which ends in the so-called “ballet” line, which is at a 75° angle. In front of the 75° line, Salming have equipped the shoe with greater flexibility to stimulate the foot’s natural movements. The TGS 62/75° feature assures that the shoe bends in exactly the right places, stimulating the foot’s natural lateral and forward movements.The RunLite™ midsole features a special High Abrasion Injection EVA, designed to create a nice feel for the ground. The midsole is light and responds to the surface in a flexible way from the very first step. If you have been running with a heel strike in a traditional running shoe with an elevated heel and thick midsole, then it's important that you transition gradually. A natural running form activates the calf muscles and Achilles tendon more, so Salming recommends beginning gently with half the distances you are used to for the first 2 weeks, and then slowly increase the distance over the next 2-6 weeks.FeaturesTGS 62/75° - Assures that the shoe bends in exactly the right places, stimulating the foot’s natural lateral and forward movements.RunLite™ Midsole - Features a special High Abrasion Injection EVA, designed to create a nice feel for the ground.2 Layer Construction - Adds durability while keeping the weight at a minimum.Tear and Wear - This particularly durable outsole material is used to further enhance the long-lasting characteristics of the shoe. The special rubber compound will get the most mileage possible out of your shoes.Drop:3 mmWeight:165 gThe 4 Cornerstones of Natural Running1. PostureStand tall. Feet straight ahead. Knees soft (not locked). Relaxed arms to sides at a 90-degree angle. Relaxed shoulders. Use compact arm swings. Avoid crossing the body centre line. Lead with your chest. Push your hips forward (don't sit).2. Foot LandingContact the ground with your midfoot first. The entire foot should land softly underneath the hip line with a bent knee. Run light, avoid pounding - focus on the quick turnover of the feet. Landing on the midfoot makes the best use of your body's natural cushioning anatomy and spring energy.Forward LeanLean from the ankles without bending at the waist. Use gravity to help create forward momentum. With correct forward lean you can focus on just lifting your foot and quick feet turnover, instead of pushing propulsion.4. CadenceTarget 180 steps per minute. A quick turnover of the feet increases efficiency and reduces ground reactive forces. Aim for the same cadence jogging as running at faster speed, just adapt the stride length. Please Note: Stride length expands backwards, not forwards! You should never land in front of the body, thereby activating a break force that sends shockwaves through the knees, hip area and lower back, all the way up to the brain.Natural Cushioning AnatomyWith a midfoot strike under the body's centre of gravity, your body's own cushioning properties can be utilised to a full extent with minimal energy loss. This engages the body's natural spring mechanism - over 50% of the mechanic energy at footstrike is stored and released by the arch and Achilles tendon alone.Balanced with GravityA low drop from heel to toe gets you balanced with gravity and facilitates a correct foot landing. An elevated heel makes you unbalanced. Running GaitYour foot should strike the ground midfoot or at the ball of the foot under the centre mass, so you can start a new stride by lifting the leg instead of pushing off. This makes it easier to run with a quick turnover of your feet, less impact, less rotational force and less use of propulsive muscular force. This is in opposition to the Walking Gait, in which you strike the ground with your heel first and roll your foot to the toes and push propulsion. Manufacturer product code - SLM12800285301