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ZORBS13 SparkPoints: (137,954)
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1/15/13 12:07 P

Everyone's feet are different, and you should go to a running store and get fitted.

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MBEEMOM Posts: 175
1/15/13 12:07 P

Thanks! I believe there are a couple such places here in town I can visit.

~mbeemom
SPOORK Posts: 1,193
1/15/13 12:03 P

You should go to a running store and get fitted for running sneakers. They'll watch you run and determine which shoes are best for you based on gait, arch, etc.

MBEEMOM Posts: 175
1/15/13 11:58 A

After reading about so many spark folks doing the couch to 5k that I am inspired to try. However, being a beginner without proper footwear, does anyone have a recommendation for the appropriate shoe (brand) for a female? Thanks in advance!

~mbeemom
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