I don’t have trail running shoes. It’s too difficult to find dirt running trails these days.
I sure wish my feet were a standard shape and size. (sighs) Not that I’d be a runner anyway, but it would be nice to put on a pair of comfortable shoes and not feel the need to take them off until bedtime.
IIRC, the basic premise of this strip is that Frazz has a comfortable income as a songwriter and only does the janitorial gig because he likes kids. So why is it that we hear 50 times more about running than we do about singing?
Not to mention that Frazz’s left shoe has lost it’s redness!!
Frazz isn’t that a question?
I used to be a pretty hard core runner. Age and my family’s generally wonky knees have caught up with me. Did run a lot of marathons including Boston (which one has to qualify for). I may never have to buy more hacking around shoes.
Every sport has different gear for different conditions.
The main clue here is: whatever works for you, regardless of style and hype. Also good for most of life.
This is great!
The Ventures had a song: Walk, Don’t Run. As I aged it became my theme song… especially when my running friends began having knee replacements.
Frazz is wearing 2 different color shoes!
exercise for its own sake is a waste of time. If you have a goal and exercising can help you succeed that’s great. BTW you can exercise for health, but doing a ultramarathon is in my opinion is a dead end.
Ms Plainwell sure heel strikes badly for somebody wearing minimalist shoes…
Whenever they run, it looks like how i feel when trying to run in a dream… i have no idea why.
July 31, 2013