Tuvizo — January 2015

Barefoot Running – Is It For You?

Jan 19 2015 0 Comments January 2015

Is barefoot running safe?[/caption]   Leonardo Da Vinci said, “The human foot is a work of art and a masterpiece of engineering.” Barefoot running is sometimes called minimalism or natural running and describes running barefoot or running in shoes with exceptionally thin soles. Man ran for millennia without shoes, so why in recent history have we become obsessed with running shoes? It is interesting to note that after many years of producing relatively heavy running shoes with innovations such as gel pockets, air pumps and other gimmicks, the big sporting companies are now producing light shoes that allow the foot...

2014 Tuvizo Reflective Vest Product Reviews

Jan 15 2015 0 Comments January 2015

The year 2014 has been a great one for Tuvizo achieving the number one spot in the Reflective Gear category on Amazon and being featured in numerous reviews from certified bloggers on related niches. We can't wait to unveil new products and surprises to come in 2015! Below are the current live Tuvizo Reflective Vest reviews that we have had last year: 1. Eric Hunley aka "Hampton Runner" first reviewed our yellow vest in November 2014 and discussed the things he liked about it such as the intuitive clasps and the super adjustable straps. As an additional dose of inspiration, here's an anecdote about his journey:...

Runners – Look Out For These Tell Tale Signs

Jan 15 2015 0 Comments January 2015

You leap enthusiastically out of bed, quickly shower, put on your running clothes and shoes, your reflective running belt or reflective vest and you are out of the door ready for your early morning run. However, sometimes there are obvious signs that all is not well on your run. PAIN Minor aches and pains are part and parcel of running. Knee pain, shin splints, tight hamstrings are all experienced by runners, especially people new to the activity. However, if the pain is severe and doesn’t seem to want to go away, then it could be due to one of two...

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