My advice is that you want a shoe that you have been fitted for, but don't expect the shoe to prevent injuries. Sadly the running community has been led to believe that shoes, running surface, lack of recovery, etc are responsible for many running injuries, when in reality it is due to muscle imbalances (especially weakness in the hips and glutes) that we assume the equipment (shoes) and not the body. It's important to do hip work (clams, fire hydrants, lateral walks with a resistance band) in addition to doing a good dynamic warm-up (leg swings) before running. And remember too, that recovery is part of the program--you do, nor should you, feel the need to run daily as your body makes the adaptation to running when you are not running.
ACE Certified Personal Trainer, RRCA Certified Running Coach
Member of the NTX Runners, DRC, Rockwall Running Club, Plano Pacers, NYRR, Team Runnersconnect
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