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1) If your imprint covers most of the feet (not much arch at all) then you have flat feet.
2) If you show a wide arch and narrow line of your outer foot then you have high arches.
3) If your imprint has a medium arch then congratulations. You are among the 10% of the population with the ideal foot.
Regardless of what foot type you have, there are running shoes that are right for you. Many people suffer injuries from improper shoe selection. So you do have to do your homework to protect yourself.
With all the pressure one gets from TV adds or what is popular to wear now, you really need to put the health aspect first. Most likely you will be able to find a shoe that is right for your foot type and still have style.
f you are a seasoned runner you know the importance of a good running shoe. It can make the difference between a great running experience, or potential injury.
The problem is not being informed. Most people do not know that there is a proper shoe for your foot type. Knowing your foot type before you hit the stores can make a world of difference whether you want to do brisk walking, jogging or marathons.
How do you determine your foot type? It’s really quite simple. Get a piece of dark paper and then soak your feet and step on the paper. Look closely at the imprint. There are generally three types of feet.
To determine the shoe to buy, here are some guidelines:
1) For the flat-
2) If you have high arches, you will want to look for a very cushioned shoe. High arched feet don’t absorb shock very well so you’ll want that cushion to help in absorbing the shock for you.
3) For the medium arch or ideal foot, you want the combination of both stability and cushioning for your feet.
When you try on a shoe it should be snug but not tight and there should be approximately a 1/2-
In summary, those shoes you bought that were such a bargain may be cause for concern in the future, so pick wisely and may your running experience be smooth and wonderful. Your feet will be most grateful.
If you are a seasoned runner you know the importance of a good running shoe. It can make the difference between a great running experience, or potential injury.
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