24 Jun 2014

It Is All In The Shoes

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ImageBy: Geoff Rubin, CPT/CIFT/TRX II

In the world of running, we could easily say that the most important aspect of hitting the road is what happens to be covering our feet. This is not your article for promoting a certain brand or offering expert insight into “The Magical” shoe for running, but simply meant to create open discussions and commentary about what YOUR personal preference for running shoes are and why?

With an inquisitive mind, I have always wondered, why so many different types of shoes? We see shoe’s that cover so many different foot structures from pronation to inversion, to plantar or dorsal flexion, to overuse of the heal strike, so on and so forth. With so many options out there how does one identify the right shoe? Taking my wondering mind into action, I have used everything from barefoot running, to New Balance, Nike, Adidas, Saucony, and Brooks. From my own personal experience, I have fallen into an allegiance to Brooks running shoes.

Currently, I own a pair of Brooks Pure Flow II’s where my feet take on an average 15-20 miles per week. They feel great, are light and adjust to my high arches and slight ankle pronation. As to share only my personal preference as to get this conversation started here is a review of the Brooks Flow III line from   http://www.runnersworld.com/shoe/brooks-pureflow-3-mens.

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