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This is a great article with very sound advice for choosing the best runners shoe. I especially like the "Wet Test," to determine foot type. I can now pick out the best runners shoe based upon my feet. Keep posting great information like this. Very helpful. Also, please check this out, if you are lookinig for athletic shoes, running shoes, or just walking shoes. Thanks again
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It’s worth spending the money on something decent in the first place and sticking with them through it all, that’s the recipe my friend sticks too and he runs all the time.
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I have a normal feet and so far I feel well running with neutral shoes such Asics Gel-Nimbus and Gel-Kayano. I know that it was proven that the cushioning is not so important for running. Actually Harvard Uni proof that there is no gain when running with such shoes. Anyway, I love the stability and the general comfort with these shoes so recommend them to everyone with neutral feet.
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Choose the Right Shoes
Look around any crowded city street, and you'll see plenty of footwear— from stiletto heels to platform shoes— that is more than a little unkind to our feet. It's no wonder that foot pain is such a common complaint. But it's not just our feet that are hurting. Improper footwear places strain on the knees, hips and back. According to Karen Achtermann, DC, your feet serve three purposes: support, locomotion and shock absorption. So, support your body by following these guidelines for proper footwear.
Leave the High-Heels Behind
Women, listen up: The higher the heel on your shoe, the greater the amount of stress placed on your forefoot. High-heeled shoes can contribute to the collapse of one or more of the foot's three arches. These shoes also place undue stress on the ankle, which can lead to ankle instability and sprains. Plus, when you wear high-heels your calf muscles shorten, warns Achtermann. Then, if you alternate between high heels and flat shoes, your calf muscles go through a shorten/lengthen cycle that can lead to pelvic imbalances and low back pain.
Many chiropractors recommend orthotics. There are two kinds of orthotics: the simple, commercially-made insoles that are available at outdoor sports or shoe stores, and custom orthotics. Custom orthotics are superior since they are tailored to your individual foot and are designed to correct for your particular imbalances. These are created by making an impression of each foot called a cast, and then correcting for specific misalignments. According to Achtermann, custom orthotics help to prevent dysfunction of the lower body and legs, and decrease spinal stress.
Dr.Paul ZemellaZemella Chiropractic - Santa Barbara Chiropractor 3022 State St. Suite BSanta Barbara, CA 93105
Help! I started running a few months ago and stopped because of intense pain in knees and shins. I really want to get back into it, and have a treadmill (winter weather!) but don't know what shoes to get. I overpronate and have been wearing custom orthotics for years, so, do I need neutral shoes for the orthotics or stabilising shoes for the overpronation? Help!
Biblio, I'd start a new thread asking for advice - I think the spam has killed this one.
Thanks for sharing! My wife have "high arched" feet so know about the complications it may give. A good shoe is certainly the the same for everyone, and a used shoe if often better than a new.used computersMorten // Denmark
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