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  1. DashDNations
    January 5, 2021 @ 4:40 am

    I’ve not the strongest runner nor the most consistent. But knowing this information about the different kinds of running shoes might make that change a lot. I always struggled with balance while running and soreness afterward. I’m really excited about this new information and that I know what to look for now.

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    • Sports Send
      January 6, 2021 @ 3:18 am

      Hello, DashDNations, and thank you.

      Thank you for your kind words.

      Great to hear about your benefit of the article too.

      Don’t hesitate to contact me if I can help you with anything else or if you have any questions.

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  2. Juliet
    January 5, 2021 @ 3:35 pm

    I think I must be having some form of pronation or over pronation. I did not even know that is what it is called. I am not a runner but I am a walker. Thank you for this post, now I know I must be wearing the wrong shoes when I go walking. How do I get rid of this pain? What kind of treatment do you recommend?

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    • Sports Send
      January 6, 2021 @ 4:00 am

      Hello, Juliet, and thank you.

      Thank you for your kind words.

      The treatment that helps most as treatment is mostly three things.

      A) Choose supportive shoes.

      Search for shoes offering stability and extra support to minimize the impact of your steps. No matter if you run or walk.

      B) Exercises for overpronation.

      The best is to go, if you can, to a physical therapist for assistance in strengthening exercises.

      C) Wearing Orthotic Insole.

      Here is the article with good information and ideas and help for people who have this problem. There are more details there.

      Great to hear about your benefit of the article too.

      Don’t hesitate to contact me if I can help you with anything else or if you have any questions.

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  3. Tina
    January 11, 2021 @ 3:50 am

    Thank you so much for producing this information.

    I’m more of a walker than a runner, but I assume the common thing between them is that you have to get the correct footwear to get the best experience.

    My feet always feel sore after a long walk. I think I would need to change the shoes I wear. Thank you once again:)

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    • Sports Send
      January 12, 2021 @ 3:22 am

      Hello, Tina, and thank you.

      Thank you for your kind words.

      As a walker rather than a runner, I believe this article could be helpful!

      Great to hear about your benefit of the article too.

      Don’t hesitate to contact me if I can help you with anything else or if you have any questions.

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  4. Cynthia
    January 11, 2021 @ 5:27 pm

    I have never heard of pronation before, and I wonder why more runners aren’t aware of it. The risk of injury seems serious. In comparison, both the motion control and stability, running shoes sound like a great way to protect the feet and, by proxy, injuries and fatigue; it does leave me with a question. While you say there is a difference in who should wear what shoe, I don’t really see it clearly laid out here. Could you elaborate?

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    • Sports Send
      January 12, 2021 @ 3:41 am

      Hello, Cynthia, and thank you.

      Thank you for your kind words.

      As the main difference between motion control and stability running shoes is in the amount of support they provide, you must know your feet.

      The simplest way to determine what kind of feet you have is to look at your old shoes’ wear pattern. Supinators would have the wear on the outside. On the other hand, an S-shaped wear pattern indicates that the shoes’ owner is a neutral runner.

      An overpronator’s shoes usually have significant wearing at the heels and the balls of the feet. And more on the inside when the runner overpronates. Those who overpronate are candidates for stability shoes. In case the pronation is excessive, maximum support shoes are recommended. There are more details about it here.

      I hope I have explained it well but if you need more info, send me a comment.

      Don’t hesitate to contact me if I can help you with anything else or if you have any questions.

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  5. Clark
    January 15, 2021 @ 5:00 am

    I read about overpronation for the first time today. Human beings have discovered so many human conditions, and I continue to be amazed at how we continue to build new things to counter the conditions that one might come across in daily life. In this case, it’s specially-made shoes. If I ever felt the symptoms you mentioned here, I would know what shoes to look for..

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    • Sports Send
      January 16, 2021 @ 3:19 am

      Hello, Clark, and thank you.

      Thank you for your kind words.

      Great to hear about your benefit of the article too.

      Yes, the development of running shoes is both outstanding and vital. It has helped many runners through the time and will, for sure, keep doing it.

      For more but broader information, I think you will have enjoyable in this article.

      Don’t hesitate to contact me if I can help you with anything else or if you have any questions.

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  6. Anthony Hu
    January 15, 2021 @ 5:01 am

    Thank you for your post. It is useful for me. I love jogging and think that all shoes create equality. Your article clearly indicates that it is not the case. It is so important to select the correct shoes to use. I particularly like your description of the difference between motion control and stability running shoes. I like to have stable running shoes, and I truly want my feet secured when running. I bookmarked your webpage and will come back to do more research.

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    • Sports Send
      January 16, 2021 @ 3:26 am

      Hello, Clark, and thank you.

      Thank you for your kind words.

      Great to hear about your benefit of the article too.

      I think you will have an enjoyable in this article there are some ideas there.

      Don’t hesitate to contact me if I can help you with anything else or if you have any questions.

      Reply

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