Shall I bother?
Other than once previously, I have always ran in Adidas Supernova's (some 7 years!) when I last changed, I tried Saucony which related to changing trainers or not, never agreed with me.
Now, after a mobility issue in my hip, I'm tempted to have my gaite re-analysed, which, could lead to me being advised new, different trainers.
Now the questions,
Where is the best place in Worcestershire (or local) to have a good, non-biased gaite analysis?
What are peoples thoughts on changing trainer make? My partner says to stick with Adidas as my body has 'adjusted' to them and changing may mean my body needs to re-learn a new pair of trainers. I can see what she is saying, but not sure what to do
Thanks in advance.
I believe that you should stick to the ones you use......if you are having no issues from using them........
so i think it would depend on what the hip issues are......if your issues are causing problems and they are caused by the body making adjustments for the running shoes then I would consider changing them......
My physio feels my hip issues were caused by a knock at work, or over straining myself, and nothing to do with my running or style.
It has given me several issues over the years culminating in extreme pain in my big toe which finally identified the root cause.
Thanks for your advise, I think I'll buy another set of supernova's
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