Running Shoe Stores Pierre SD

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Capital Sports
(605) 224-1808
361 S Pierre 1
Pierre, SD
 
Tibbs Leather Works
(605) 945-1754
366 S Pierre St # 1
Pierre, SD
 
Foot Locker
(605) 945-0312
1615 N Harrison Ave
Pierre, SD
 
Rudolphs Shoes & Uniforms
(605) 343-0203
618 Saint Joseph St
Rapid City, SD
 
Scheels
(605) 342-9033
2200 N Maple Ave
Rapid City, SD
 
Corral West Ranchwear
(605) 224-8802
1615 N Harrison Ave
Pierre, SD
 
Payless Shoesource
(605) 224-6459
1615 N Harrison Ave Pierre Mall
Pierre, SD
 
Tradehome Shoes
(605) 945-2710
1615 N Harrison Ave
Pierre, SD
 
Polly Shoe Store
(605) 853-3566
118 N Broadway Ave
Miller, SD
 
Western Outlet
(605) 348-6998
2200 N Maple Ave
Rapid City, SD
 

Runners, Your Shoes Make a Difference

They may not make you run faster or jump higher. Yet the material in the running shoe you wear does seem to make a difference. This study tested different shoes to shed some light on the mechanics of running.

When you run, your foot hits the ground with high impact. This study helps prove that the muscles of the leg adjust to this impact through a process called muscle tuning. Muscle tuning lessens the effects of impact on the tissues of the leg.

The midsole of running shoes also helps lessen the effects of impact. These researchers tested two different midsoles on six different runners. They found major differences in the muscle tuning between different shoes. And muscle tuning was significantly different between individual runners. Some runners did better with a hard midsole, while others benefitted from a softer one.

A better understanding of how our legs work when we run may help researchers find ways to treat or prevent conditions caused by the wear and tear of impact on the body. And who knows, maybe it will spur shoe companies to develop a "super shoe" that really makes us run faster.

Reference: 

James M. Wakeling, et al. Altering Muscle Activity in the Lower Extremities by Running with Different Shoes. In Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. September 2002. Vol. 34. No. 9. Pp. 1529-1532.

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Brookings Marathon
May
Brookings, SD
run@brookingsmarathon.com
http://www.brookingsmarathon.com
Deadwood-Mickelson Trail Marathon
June
Deadwood, SD
DMTMinfo@rap.midco.net
http://www.DeadwoodMickelsonTrailMarathon.com/
LEADING LADIES' MARATHON
August
Spearfish, SD
edoll@rushmore.com
http://www.leadingladiesmarathon.com
Swan Lake Marathon
June
Viborg, SD
marathon@myslcc.com
http://www.myslcc.com/swan_lake_marathon.php
he Swan Lake Marathon, 1/2 Marathon, and 5.3 mile run web site! We are glad that you are interested in this race. Here you will find information that will help you plan for this event. The Swan Lake Marathon and shorter races are held in cooperation with Swan Lake Christian Camp. After expenses all the proceeds from the Swan Lake Marathon and other races go towards Swan Lake Christian Camp's general fund. Donations can also be made towards camper scholarships. Not all children can afford coming to camp and Swan Lake will never turn someone away. The parents are told to pay what they can and the monies from camper scholarships cover the difference in cost.We want this to be a family friendly marathon so there are a few things that cater to this. The pasta meal on Saturday is affordable and the Sunday noon meal is a free will donation for participants, families. There will also be activities and events that the families of participants can enjoy during the race or afterwards including frisbee golf, swimming, canoeing etc. We want to honor God this weekend and feel free to give us suggestions as to how we can make it better
River Rat Marathon
April
Yankton, SD
questions@riverratmarathon.com
http://www.riverratmarathon.com
Start at Historic Yankton River Front and ride out to Lewis & Clark Lake, across Gavins Point Dam to the Nebraska South Shore and back. Portions of this event are on un-improved roads and sand where you may have to portage short distances. This event is approximately 22 miles total in length. Awards given to overall winners in the female and male category. Finishing medals given to all marathon and half marathon racers (excluding relay teams). 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awarded to top three finishers in each category above and to the "overall" winners in the relay and bike race. Each "placing" Relay team member will get an award for how the team as a whole finished. All courses close at 2pm, you are on your own to make it back to the finisher line.
Run Crazy Horse
October
Crazy Horse, SD
Director@RunCrazyHorse.com
http://www.runcrazyhorse.com
Fast forward six years into this incredibly successful event. Are we still a cow town? Should the event abandon this identity, or worse, the cows themselves? Doesn't matter. In 2010, the event was once again renamed. Fort Worth, Texas Cowtown Marathon officials notified the event that they owned the service mark rights to the name"Cowtown" and, therefore, wanted exclusive rights to it. After a nationwide renaming contest, The Urban Cow Half Marathon was born. There is no longer a marathon offered and the event now includes a half marathon, two-person half marathon relay, and 5k run/walk. We expect over 6,000 participants for this year's edition presented by the Buzz Oates Group of Companies and Clark's Corner
Sioux Falls Marathon
September
Sioux Falls, SD
http://www.siouxfallshalfmarathon.com
The 26.2 course for the Sioux Falls Marathon is a USATF- certified course. It is designed to be relatively flat and fast and will showcase many of Sioux Falls natural and man-made landmarks. The course will have clearly marked mile markers at each mile. Clocks will be at designated points on the course to show split times. There will be water and aid stations every 2.25-2.5 miles until mile 20 where they will be located every mile. There will be medical attendants at all water stops along the course as well as EMTs monitoring the entire course. Click on Map below to enlarge.