Happy Monday… and for my U.S. friends, the beginning of a very short week!
In addition to Thanksgiving this week, I’m also celebrating my blog’s two year blogiversary. I started this blog as an alternative place to share my race recaps, since no one reading my personal family blog really cared.
But obviously it’s turned into much more than that…
I met amazing people (friends!) online and in meet ups.
I’ve shared recipes, health tips, and my experience studying at Integrative Nutrition.
I became a health coach and running coach and started my own business.
I don’t know if I would have gone after some of those career dreams of mine if I hadn’t started blogging and realizing these are the things I really love learning more about and helping others with.
So, to celebrate two years, I’m giving away a special pair of shoes…
Airia One’s construction is inspired by the wheel, to ensure runners achieve that perfect feeling of flow. The shoe has a unique design featuring an irregular and sharply angled sole and upward-pointing toe. It harnesses untapped power in the human body and doesn’t leak energy like other running shoes do.
Tests show that runners wearing Airia shave times by 1 percent on average, and some of them up to 7 percent. The shoe is light and features a biomechanically optimized geometry with an unstable and irregular, sharply angled sole to help you move forward as fast as possible. The angles and functions of the shoe have been analyzed and constructed to maximize responsiveness for every microsecond in every step.
Airia One has an asymmetric design which combines a zero drop with a 6 mm drop sole. This allows you to run with less ground contact time and helps to keep the power in the stride more in line with the running direction.
Airia One was developed strictly for running and should therefore not be used as a walking shoe. The sole is produced by Vibram, world leader in high performance rubber soles.
Airia will be available for pre-order in November 2013 at www.airiarunning.com and will be listed at US$ 190.00 OR you can support the crowd funding effort and get a pair for $129.
Would you like a pair?
I’m also linking up with Katie for MIMM!
What shoe are you currently running in? Blogging friends, how long have you been blogging?