First question: Were you properly fitted for those shoes, or did you simply choose them off the rack yourself? The answer isn't right/wrong, but will help. :)
As SparkCoach Jen often says, before you blame your shoes, there may be other factors in the kinetic chain in your body at play. Are you running significantly more t han you have been in the past? What else have you changed in your routine other than your shoes? Have you changed surfaces? What was your running program before and after the shoes? Have you tried running in your old shoes?
Definitely don't try to work through the pain. Pain is a sign something's wrong, and doing more exercise is likely to only exacerbate the problem.
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 5/3/2013 (00:49)
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