As you might already know, I’ve been training and running marathon‘s from more than a year now. So i recently got myself more technical running shoes.
This pair costed me Rupees – 9999, i bought it from a local Puma store. You can buy it online as well, from here at Amazon: http://goo.gl/qrJ6eJ
As i was searching for these shoes but couldn’t find much of video reviews at that time. So I thought why not make a detailed review of these shoes and post it on YouTube.
So here it is.
Part – 1 of the Puma ignite review
This part covers out of the box review and design aspects of these shoes.
In part – 2, I will cover the performance aspect. I’ll be posting that review shortly, as i have to put these shoes to test before i can give a comprehensive performance review.
So till then, please enjoy the part – 1.
What do you think? Let me know in the comments section below.
P.S.: This is not a paid endorsement of any kind. This is just a genuine review of the shoes i recently bought by paying cash. However the link above is an amazon affiliate link which helps me keep this blog running.
Even though I should have published this new year resolutions post in January, first week. Many things kept me from doing it. But it’s better late than sorry, right?
So following are my top 10 new year resolutions for this year – 2016.
- What went well this year?
- What didn’t go so well year?
- What’s am I working toward?
This is pretty long time since my last post.
Today I’m gonna introduce you to my new experiment. Experiments of Lifestyle Architecture Lab (Podcast).
I’ve done an overview of the classic science fiction book – ‘Flowers for Algernon’. Please check it out and let me know, how you like it.
If its good, bad or whatever it may be, your feedback will help me get better.
Here you go. My first podcast episode.
Wiki Link on the book – Flowers for Algernon
Buy it from Amazon here – Flowers for Algernon
Earlier I’ve written about my daily rituals and how I keep myself going. If you have read my earlier post, you may remember the importance I give to gratefulness in my life.
Everyday I wake up, I see the sun rise, I go for my morning run, while running the breeze comes on my face, I get to see beautiful scenes of nature – trees, stray dogs, fallen leaves, the sea flowing. All these things make me feel alive. At that time, I tell myself how grateful I am to the creator, who shows me the real beauty in everyday life.
Each day in my daily prayer I pause for a moment to think about the world we live in right now. Where we can breathe fresh air, walk and run freely, eat whatever we like, wear whatever we feel good in, go where ever we want. I feel grateful for this abundance of nature, this freedom. This habit of being grateful keeps me motivated.
We all see the world through our own tiny keyhole.
Today we are living in a comparatively peaceful world then the last couple of centuries. We should be grateful for that. Days of literal war are a talk of the past. But everyone fights a different kind of war today. We fight it everyday. A beggar fights for a meal, a rich fight to stay rich, an artist fights the block, an athlete fights to reach their optimum performance.
It doesn’t matter how hard you fight, what matters the most is if you are consistently putting efforts. Its not about how furious you are its about how consistent you are.