We've been talking a lot about feet this month, from Role Mothers' rules for strong and injury-free feet to deep runners' territory with black-toenail FAQs. It's only fitting that we offer up some good old pampering, too. Trade in your threadbare socks and ragged (fragrant?) insoles for a brand-new set, plus a foot roller for good measure.
I personally can sing the praises of a good pair of running socks. As a sputterer, I start and stop throughout the year, love running one minute, despise it the next. (Note: I keep coming back.) I'm currently in a pretty good/consistent stretch, doing four to five miles a few days a week. And the one essential that made a difference for me when I began running more than three miles was...good running socks. My everyday cotton pairs did not cut it any longer. Luckily, Balega came into my life. Add in a pair of insoles and a foot roller, and I now I feel like a living a fancy marathoner's life.
Need a little help getting those feet in motion? The Final Waves of the 5K: Run/Walk and 5K: Race Spring Challenges in Train Like a Mother Club start on Monday, March 28! Sign up now!
Ready to treat your feet? Three random runners will win three pairs of Balega Enduro No Show socks, a pair of Sof Sole Airr insoles, and a TriggerPoint Nano Foot Roller, an $86 value. To enter, tell us: Speaking of threadbare and worn down, what's the one running item (clothing, accessory, etc.) that you just can't part with? A lucky sports bra? Your first part of nice socks? Tell us in the Comments section below this blog post on our website, and you’ll be entered to win.
The details: This running giveaway sweepstakes is open to those over 18 and residents of the United States and Canada. Part of a series of weekly running giveaways, it begins on 3/23/16 and ends on 3/29/16. We will announce three random winners on our Facebook page on 3/31/16, as well as notifying the winners by email. One entry per person. The value of each prize is $86. The number of eligible entries received determines the odds of winning. Void where prohibited by law.