23. Use an app to track how many miles you’ve put on your sneakers.
Running shoes typically need to be replaced after 200 to 500 miles of wear (depending on a few factors like how much you weigh, how much you’re running, and how long you’ve had the shoes). If you run for a while with sneakers that are past their prime you’re probably start to notice aches and pains and just general discomfort.
If you don’t want to do it the old fashioned way (Excel spreadshirt or — gasp — pen and paper), an app like MapMyRun will let you log mileage on specific sneakers after each run.
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