Selecting Running Shoes | ACSM Position Statement | “Research and injury patterns have shown that there are some general characteristics of a good, safe running shoe.”
How to Make An Educated Decision |Ian Griffiths at Kinetic Revolution | “He also takes the opportunity to dispel some of the myths and untruths that a runner may encounter whilst searching for footwear for themselves.”
Prescribing Running Shoes | Dr. Kevin Maggs at Running Reform | “Choosing running shoes need not be so complicated.”
Arch Support – Separating the Truth from Gimmicks | Run Repeat .com | “You should not choose a shoe based on wet test. That is a static test. A wet test or an other static motion test are extremely poor ways to prescribe footwear. You don’t stand still when you run. You move.”
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Since I typically run in my shoes until they fall apart, putting this off for as long as possible means I can get some extra distance in my footwear. Untieing the laces when go to remove the shoes + being mindful of not yanking on the rear heel collar of them can go a long way towards keeping your shoe upper in tip-top condition.
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