Know your technique
When you run, do you hit the ground heavy with your feet? Do you hit light? Are you injury prone? How many miles are you running a week? “All these things will determine the amount of arch support and cushioning you need,” says Prager. Also, consider your body type when choosing running shoes. “A tall guy with a big frame would probably want heavier shoes that offer more shock protection from impact compared with a shorter, slighter guy who may perform better in a light-weight shoe that won’t weigh down his feet.”
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