I am thouroughly confused by this article - I have a normal foot based on the wet test and therefore am advised by article that I am biomechanically efficient runner and the best shoe is stability shoes with moderate control features.
For High-Arched Foot - this article states that best shoes is "Cushioned (or "neutral") shoes and to stay away from stability shoes.
However, in the Shoes Review / Cushioned Shoes Review section of Runner's World , it mentions that "the cushioned shoes are best suited for biomechanically efficient runner (minimum pronation) and midfoot or forefoot strikers."
So, these two Runner's World articles contradict - for the biomechanically efficient runner - one recommends Cushioned Shoes while the other recommends Stability shoes. I don't get. Can anyone shed light on what's the best shoe for biomechanically efficient runners with a neutral gait cycle?