Thanks, Debra. I have since found out they are neutral. To be honest, he didn't run in them enough to make a wear pattern and now they're too small! Let's say I have 'rekindled' his interest in running! Actually, in looking at his old shoes, they were a New Balance stabililty shoe that was recommended by the shop. Will probably stick with stability and see how he gets on.
Thinking of buying the Saucony Grid Prestige for my son, but not sure if they are cushioned or support shoes. Can anyone advise on this? He needs a support shoe, as he has flat feet and has already had the gait analysis done by a running shop retailer. Does anyone know what kind of shoe they are?
I turned my ankle about 9 days ago and experienced the normal swelling and bruising. I iced the injury within 30 minutes and continued RICE for the next few days (around my work schedule). The swelling has definitely eased off substantially, but is still evident. The ankle only hurts when I push off whilst walking, although not excruciatingly! It feels like a ligament around the outside of the joint. It can also be painful to the touch on occasion. I have tried a couple of easy runs. The ankle has some discomfort for 1-1.5 miles and then eases off. I'm seeing my physio next week, but was wondering in the meantime if this sounds familiar to anyone and if so, do I need to worry? Any good exercises to do in the meantime? I'm running FLM for charity and don't want to let down the charity or sponsors down. Thanks very much!