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How to choose running shoes?


08 Sep,2023

Different shoes are suitable for different people. Generally speaking, you can choose running shoes according to the following methods.
Choose shoes based on weight
People with higher weight put greater pressure on the arches and heels of their feet, requiring running shoes to provide more support for the arches and heels, which can to some extent prevent accidental injuries. Of course, shoes that meet these conditions will generally be slightly heavier than regular running shoes. So what, I heard that when running, weight bearing and weight loss are the best combination. (Actually, the shoes are not that heavy anymore, smile.)
Choose shoes based on foot shape
Dip your feet in water and step on the newspaper to determine your arch based on the shape of the footprints that appear.
If you see half of the arch in the middle of the footprint, it means it is the most common normal type. Slightly cushioned running shoes without any support are most suitable for normal arches, which can better liberate the feet and make movement more efficient.
If the outer side of the footprint is narrow and almost interrupted, and there is a lot of space inside the arch, then it is certain that you belong to a high arch. Such arch feet do not provide enough cushioning and require strong cushioning shoes to protect the knees.
If you see complete footprints on paper, which are very full and clear, it indicates that you have a low arched foot. Low arches can cause greater pressure on the arch of the foot during running, and can even affect tibial rotation and patellar injury. Therefore, when choosing running shoes, it is necessary to choose running shoes with good support to support the arch of the foot and provide better protection.
Choose shoes based on gait
If a negative result is positive, the "crooked" foot needs to be corrected with "crooked" shoes. If the wrong shoe is chosen, it will undoubtedly add insult to injury for the introverted and introverted runners.
The downside of inversion is that it does not absorb enough impact force on the ground, which has caused significant damage to the knee in the long run. Therefore, choosing shoes with better shock absorption performance is not wrong.

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