Yeah thats the sort of thing I was looking for. Thanks
I'm really new to running and am looking to get running shoes in a few weeks when I'm home (I'm a student).
Some shops offer fitting using a treadmill and video camera etc, one nearby has started offering "Natural gait analysis" where you run on the street and they watch you.
Are these much of a muchness or is one "better"? I really have no idea what I am looking for I just keep reading advice to "buy proper shoes"?
Can anyone offer advice?
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