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The new Cloudventure Peak running shoes have been designed for race day on the mixed and trail surfaces, it comes in a white and black design which seems a rather unusual choice for trail running as they certainly won’t look this pretty for long. Best suitable from fast running on uneven surfaces, cross country and fell running for example, the grip pattern on the outsole has been put together in away to give you the best traction and support during your run.
Yoga is one of those things that people have a misconception about, and I was know different before starting, I assumed it was all deep breathing and relaxing, gentle stretches, the reality is that tend if feel more stiff after a yoga class than I do a HIIT class or long run. You don’t need a load of gear for yoga however a decent yoga mat can mean the difference between you nailing a bound high lunge pose and landing square on your face.
Following on from my recent run with the impressive urban CloudSwift trainers, I am now excited to be testing out another pair. This time the OnCloud Men's Cloud Venture Peak. I set to the hills. These are tougher shoes and are specialised for trail running and long off-road runs in mind. Heavier than the Cloudswift, weighing in at just 295 grams, it’s still a lightweight trail running shoe that's big on cushioning, protection and grip.
After my 15-minute warm up exercise routine, I set out on bi-weekly 4-mile city run. I wanted to put these Cloudswift trainers to the test. Before I put them on, I had to re-lace the trainers. Call it what you like but since an early age I have to make sure the lengths are correct on the laces as well as the tension across the top of my feet. This process was over quickly and soon were upon my feet. The first thing I noticed was how light they felt, very bouncy and springy too.