You have more than one pair of heels, so why not make room for an extra set of kicks in your closet? Using your sneakers on rotating schedule can double their duration. This is also a great strategy if you do a lot of cross training, as you’ll likely want to use different types of sneakers for your various workouts (trail runners for outdoors, cross trainers for weight training, for example).
“Shoes last longer when you rotate two or three pairs for your workouts. Just like people, the foam in shoes needs recovery from workout to workout and giving them a few days of rest allows that foam to return to its normal size and function,” says Jason Fitzgerald, a marathon runner and author of 101 Simple Ways to be a Better Runner
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