How to Tie your Shoes

Fitness and Diet

I had a subscription to Runner’s World for about a year – and it was about 6-7 months into it that I realized it was mostly the same stuff regurgitated over and over again. It was a cheap subscription, though, and it cost about as much as the few that I was willing to buy off of the newstand.

One article that was useful, and I still find useful, is Fit to be Tied, a tutorial on properly tying your running shoes. I was surprised to find out that I was not tying my shoes the right way – and found that by using their technique, I was able to refrain from double-knotting, as that my well-tied shoes stayed good and tight through a whole running or gym session.