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Getting Ready to Run

Old vs. New

Learn how S.O.U.L.S. compares to the technology of the past!

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Nike ZoomX VaporFly
 

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HOKA One One Rocket X

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Brooks Hyperion Elite 2

Leading models of running shoes with carbon fiber plates and supports

 
 - The Brooks has springy cushions, sculpted heels, and durable cushions

 - The Nike is an excellent energy saver that provides increased mobility and performance
 
- The Hoka has a midsole pad and is specialized for short distances with its minimal padding

 

To take it to the next level, S.O.U.L.S. shoes have:

 
 - 20 Thick, bouncy, absorbent open-foam air cushions on all sides of the foot

 - Microsensors that can detect and correct form in a fraction of a second

 - Adjustable levels of rigidity via the air cushions to support all distances and leg strengths

 - Carbon fiber plates that can move to personalize support and shape for each runner

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Fitbit, Garmin, Strava

Leading Fitness Trackers

They track pace, steps, mileage, health, etc. via watches, devices, and apps

With these, the only way to get input on form is by seeing a specialist for in-person analysis

To take it to the next level, the S.O.U.L.S. App can:

After syncing the shoes to the app, provide detailed feedback and reports on one's running form

 

with tips, pace, steps and mileage.

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