The running glasses are designed specifically for the sporting activity of Running but have optimal characteristics for running. They offer a number of benefits for runners, including protectionone from atmospheric agents, reduceone of glare, improvement of visual clarity and, in some cases, correctionsone optics.
Race Walking (Athletics)
Walking is a sporting discipline that involves walking or running regularly, with a set rhythm and following precise technical rules. It is often practiced as a competitive sport on special tracks, both outdoors and indoors.
Competitive walking has specific rules that participants must follow to avoid disqualification. The main rules include:
- Contact with the ground: In each step, at least one foot must be in contact with the ground. The forward leg cannot be bent until the supporting foot is completely off the ground.
- Straight knees: During the leg forward phase, the lifting leg must rimanere straight until it passed underneath the body. The articulationone of the knee cannot flex.
- Recall: The supporting foot must rimremain in contact with the ground until the raised foot passes it. This is called "recall" and is a crucial rule to avoid so-called "flying", i.e. excessive lifting of the leg.
- Minimum distance: During official competitions, there are specific distances to cover, such as 20 km or 50 km. There are also competitions over shorter distances, such as the 10km.
Walking requires adequate technique and specific training to improve movement efficiency and reduce the risk of injury. It is considered a demanding discipline and requires endurance, strength and concentrationone.
In addition to competitive walking, walking or running with a walking technique can also be practiced as a form of training or as a recreational activity to maintain fitness and promote cardiovascular health.
What characteristics should running glasses have?
Here are some points to consider when choosing running glasses:
- Prosthesisone UVs: Make sure your glasses have protectionone Adequate UV to protect your eyes from harmful sun rays.
- Lightness: Running glasses should be lightweight and comfortable to wear to avoid discomfort while running.
- Fit: Look for glasses that fit your face well and offer good stability during movement. Adjustable temples and nose pad can help achieve a custom fit.
- Impact resistance: Opt for glasses with lenses and frames that are resistant to impacts and any scratches that may occur while running.
- Fog Resistance: Some running glasses feature an anti-fog treatment on the surface of the lenses to improve visibility in humid or sweaty conditions.one.
- High protection lensesone from the light: Polarized lenses can reduce glare caused by very strong sunlight and very prolonged use, thus improving visual clarity.
- Ventilatione: Choose glasses that allow good ventilationone to prevent fogging and overheating around the eyes.
Remember that the choice of running glasses is subjective and depends on your personal preferences. It is advisable to try different models to find the ones that best suit your needs. Also, consult an optician or shop specialized for further advice and information on choosing running glasses.