Tue Apr 05, 2016 10:25 am
• Superman | 104 Posts | 1040 Points
[¡] **If Nike Free 3.0 Flyknit sale uk you are a runner, you NEED to read this carefully. Running shoes are about making money and if you buy them from someone who ¡°tests¡± your feet, they are almost guaranteed to cause injuries. [¡] I run in them and everything goes to shit, i cant breath- they throw off my rhythm, their too thick and absorb to much energy upon propulsion, the midfoot has a ¡®torsion bar¡¯ my foot cant bend and use all its potential.
That last quote is right on the money ¨C ¡°turn on your sensors and listen to your body.¡± Your body evolved to run long distances, and it evolved to do so barefoot. The realist in me knows that most people will likely never run barefoot, so if that¡¯s not your thing, look for as little shoe as you can handle and still run comfortably. Your body will let you know if it¡¯s happy, be mindful and listen.
5. Pronated runners experienced more pain after runs if wearing a stability shoe than Nike Roshe Run uk sale if wearing a neutral shoe. Again, they did better wearing the ¡°wrong¡± shoe for their feet.
I am a longtime reader of your blog. Awesome job. This article on pronation is very timely. I began running about a year ago at age 41 (no prior competitive experience) and, since I was starting slowly, I decided to start ¡°minimal¡±. I have run about 1000 miles over the last year and 700 were in a pair of red Nike Free 5.0s (the other miles were in a 10 year old pair of Nike Air Pegasus). I have had zero injuries since I began training and I am up to 40 miles a week or so. I have recently retired the 5.0s and moved to 3.0s. I have no idea if I pronate, supinate, have high arches etc¡as you stated above, I go to a big box store and buy shoes with no expert analysis.
I think things will change in the running shoe world when this type of data leaves the blogs and enters a magazine like Consumer Reports. This may take another year of data to come out, but once Consumer Reports says that running shoe stability is calculated wrong or is wrong altogether (whatever it ends up being) things will change.
What would you say, however, if you found out that these categorizations of running shoes were meaningless? What if the tests employed by the salesperson weren¡¯ Nike Free cheap sale t very good at determining pronation to begin with? Even more startling, what if the amount that you pronate wasn¡¯t even related to the likelihood that you might get injured? These are the types of questions that have been addressed in several recent scientific publications, and which were in turn summarized and reported on in a remarkable article by Gretchen Reynolds on the NY Times Well Blog. The results might be shocking to some, not so shocking to others, and they demand a response from those making the shoes that runner Nike Air Max 2015 Mens sale s rely on to keep them running safe and injury free.