If you are averse to visiting a specialist store, some now over gait analysis online! Failing that your next best option is to take a close look at the wear of your existing running shoes and combine this information with your foot type to identify what shoes you require.
If you need any further help but don't wont to visit a store I'd definitely recommend using the RW forum or posting a comment on our blog where one of our experts will only be too happy to help.
Like a previous posting I also recommend Fast Feet in Bishop Stortford. Paul the owner is brilliant. Have bought two pairs there for myself and a pair for my daughter. It's a small shop but he has a huge selection, is very chatty and personable and happy to spend all the time you need.
This is a great article. Wow, so many of these things I never thought of before.
it is very imformative.
i m Mani
i m a good racer
trying to take participate in college level race
first of all i get a mens trainer a pair of beautiful shoesa and and then practice on racing in ground
Good article with lots of sound advice. However, don't forget to check out the rest of your running technique and not just assume that because the foot is in the right shoes that everything else will be fixed!
Sometimes the right pair of shoes is all it takes to solve injury problems, but often the underlying problem is with running technique not just footwear.
Very nice post which defines shoes types with explantion.Its informative post for Running persons gives ideas for running preparation.
Please would somebody help in my ordeal to try and run without injury...
i`ve been running for about two years, only small distance`s up to about 4 miles, then i started to get a pain down the outside of my right knee! some say IT syndrome, after checks and measurements found that i was wearing the wrong type of shoe!asics 1110.. so this time i bought a cushioning shoe/naterual shoe. asics gel balance....great first few times out no problems, then when on a run about 3 miles in my left calf pops,rested for a week, ice, anti-inflammatory`s compression.....then next time out my right calf pops,i stopped as soon as i felt it go and limped back home, rested again for a week, then tried a small training run 1.5 miles nice and steady about a mile in it really tightened up again only to limp back home......
i warm up correctly, i don`t push to hard, i only want to keep fit, 4-5 miles 10 minute mile pace is my goal can anybody help please.....i`m 39 weigh 12st and very active.
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The ideas are strongly pointed out and clearly emphasized. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and ideas on this one.
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