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WHERE TO FIND WAVEKNIT!

INTRODUCING THE NEW WAVE IN RUNNING… WAVEKNIT! WAVE has been a symbol for Mizuno, ever since it was released as a sole technology for our running shoes with the Wave Rider over 20 years ago. Now the Wave is making it’s way to the upper design, highlighting the connection between Mizuno’s heritage and new developments in a single piece of knitted fabric. We are so excited to welcome this brand new upper to two of…

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Wave Horizon 2 Review // by Chris White

As a runner and Mizuno wearer I need a bit of support with my shoes as I do pronate a bit. The Wave Catalyst, Wave Inspire and Wave Horizon are all in that range, with the Wave Horizon being the most cushioned of them. I have enjoyed swapping shoes and changing things up through the range throughout this year of marathon running. When I heard that Mizuno were releasing a Horizon 2, I was intrigued…

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Damien Rider – an Ultra Endurance Athlete Powered by Purpose

Damien Rider is an Ultra Endurance Athlete with a very powerful story to tell. He grew up as a victim of child abuse and instead of shrinking back and letting the trauma dictate his life he decided to inspire others through creating and achieving ‘the impossible’. He has infinite vigor and has pushed himself to the limits but keeps moving forward. Rider is a leading example of what one can achieve even through great tragedy…

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New netball product paves way for powerful partnership

Mizuno is the latest brand to join the Netball Victoria family, becoming the official footwear partner for the organisation. The respected Japanese brand, was established in 1906 and has a history of developing quality products, with the mandate to enhance athlete performance. Mizuno’s exciting new range of netball shoes make it the perfect partner for Netball Victoria, who continues to govern the sport across the state and importantly provides a variety of different programs and…

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How to choose the correct running shoes – and why it matters

All running shoes are not created equal. If you want to maximise your performance and keep yourself free from pain and injury, it’s vital to select a pair of running shoes that’s appropriate for your needs. For this reason, we were thrilled to feature in a recent article with NSW Compensation Lawyers on the importance of finding the right shoe in order to stay safe and injury free! We believe in the transformative power of…

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Stepping UP // by Coach Pat Carroll

My best initial advice to anyone considering stepping up in distance is to feel like you’re excited about the challenge. Locking in a Marathon simply because it’s on your bucket list may result in your running becoming a chore. Ideally you’ll prepare for a Marathon because you have a genuine passion for running long distance. If you find 3hr/4hr training runs daunting/boring – it’s best you stay with Half Marathons and below. I have always…

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TRANSFORM YOUR RUN THROUGH STRENGTH // BY DAVID LIPMAN

Hopefully strength training in endurance sport is not a foreign concept to you. There has been significant research into strength training for triathletes and runners of all distances in recent times and it is overwhelmingly positive. I would suggest that it is difficult to debate the utility of strength training for endurance athletes but I have also found that this is not necessarily reflected in the practices of runners. Strength training has some more traditionally…

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Say Sayonara and head into the Shadows :: SHOE REVIEW BY DAVID LIPMAN

As the Sayonara is, somewhat ironically, farewelled many of us were left with the thought; “well what shoe do I run in now?” I have been a Wave Sayonara devotee since day 1, I have run through multiple pairs of the 1’s through the 4’s and loved them all. BUT if I am truly honest, I preferred the earlier models with their more minimalist design. As the model progressed it moved more towards a traditional…

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WHAT’S YOUR SHOE? // BY TONY BENSON

Tony Benson competed in the 1972 Olympics, was ranked 5th in the world for the 5000m in 1971, was the 1992 Australian Olympic T&F Head Coach, a national coach of the Philippines and Australia, an IAAF lecturer and co-author of “Run With The Best” For the review, Tony chose to to focus on an average fun runner who wears a neutral shoe – the runner who might be capable of averaging 55k (+/- 15km) per…

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SONIC BOOM :: SHOE REVIEW BY DAVID LIPMAN

Not since those words spewed out of a gaming console in the 1990s and 2000s have I been this excited about something!  Mizuno’s new season has yielded quite a few new models and a bucket load of excitement!  Some of the new entries have filled a very popular niche that was previously somewhat overlooked by the brand. The Sonic comes in to a category that is almost essential for shoe companies these days. As a…

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