What works for one person may not work for another. My suggestion is to get fitted at a running store. A good store will look at the shape of your feet, analyze your gait, and make several recommendations based on that. Getting the right amound of cushioning and stabilization for your particular needs can make a huge difference in preventing injury.
~A bump in the road doesn't change the course of the track~
Hi everybody, I am new to the running thing, actually I am walking/jogging as my freind would call it wogging. My question for all you more experienced runners out there is what brand of shoe is good for running? What do I need to know before purchasing a good pair of running shoes?I will appreviate any help I can get.
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