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      10-14-2011, 08:57 PM   #19
Bumer
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Originally Posted by ///M Ryder View Post
Bumer, thanks for the well wishes......and Nike+ shoes aren't a must. You would have to purchase a pouch for one of your shoes and put the sensor in it. A Nike + shoe has a sensor holder under the left insole. If you already have a iPod or iPhone you're ready to go. Don't rush to get back....take time to heal and rediscover the freedom of the run ..........Phil
Phil, I do have an iPhone. Does that mean I don't need Nike sensor? I looked at Nike+ website, and could not find if I needed sensor or not, but it does look like sensor is designed for iPod.

Tomorrow morning I will try to run. My knee still has some pain, but I tried to jump a little, and I don't feel any pain when I do that. Only when I sit. To me that strange, but it seems that I can probably run.

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BTW, anyone have an advise on carrying iPhone while running?
Armband, or a special pouch? Can you recommend any specific one?
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