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Post  xiaoxin on Fri Sep 23, 2011 12:24 pm

Being a new runner you can become overwhelmed with so many different brands.mbt schoenen , Thankfully there are quite a few good Running Shoes Reviews located online and in magazines.pandora beads , Regardless of the brand, there is some basic information that helps you find the shoe that will keep you on the road.moncler enfant ,

The construction of running shoes is based on how the foot strikes a surface. When you know how your foot rolls you will have some of the review mystery solved. The word for how the foot strikes a surface is called pronation. A normal strike is when the foot lands first on the outside sole edge. It then rolls inward. When the foot rolls too far inward it is called overpronation. Construction of some footwear is designed to lessen the inward roll.

To find out if your feet overpronate grab a pair of footwear that you have worn for awhile. Put them on a table, toe box away from you, heels facing you, right side up. If you notice the inside soles, at the heels, are tilting inward, you overpronate. There are degrees of overpronation. Severity is measured by how much inside heel is worn away. In general, you will want to look for a type that is designed for motion control.

When the foot does not roll inward but rolls out, this is called underpronation or supination. Looking at the same pair of footgear you will see the sole worn on the outside of the heels. The sole will be worn all along the outside and the side will be stretched over the sole's edge. A flexible arch, lightweight construction and curved lasts should be worn.

Cushioned. Best for people who have normal pronation. Medium to high arches are normal. Choose low arch support but high midsole cushioning.

Motion Control is good for runner's whose overpronation is considered moderate to severe. Motion will be controlled mostly in the heel, giving more support at the arch. Good for runners who have low arches or are big people or people carrying a lot of weight.

Performance Trainers. Not only for training, these lightweight trainers are also good for speedwork and racing. When you have a normal pronation to a moderate overpronation this type may work well.

Racing is for normal pronating runners for racing or for training. These are extremely lightweight and shouldn't be worn if you have injuries. Use your regular training footwear or performance trainers if an injury is present.

Stability. This type provides arch support with cushioning for the rest of the mid-sole. Overpronation of the slight to moderate level does well in this style.

Trail shoes should be worn if you run off road. These also have traction and some protection against water. These are low-profile to give you better stability on uneven trail runs.

Running Shoes Reveiws take time to understand. With a little terminology you should be able to pick a good fit for you across different brands. It is recommended that you go to a running shoe store for your first pair. Staffed by long-time runners they can get you in the right pair.


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