Running Shoes for Pronation

Photo of running shoes that are good for pronation
Pronation: it’s the inward rolling movement your foot makes as it hits the ground. Runner’s World explains that pronation is your body’s way of absorbing shock, and everyone’s feet have some degree of pronation. Normal Pronation The amount of pronation in your feet varies based on sev
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What’s the Difference between Walking Shoes, Running Shoes, and Cross Trainers?

Image of a running shoe, walking shoe and cross-trainer lined up on a track
Not all shoes are created equal. You know how important it is to wear supportive athletic shoes, but it’s equally important to find shoes suitable for your specific activities. According to WebMD, one of the biggest mistakes people make when choosing athletic shoes is finding th
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Is barefoot better?

Photo of a person running without shoes
What’s the fuss about minimalism and barefoot shoe styles?  You may have seen people out on the track or trails wearing shoes that look like gloves. These funny looking shoes are trendy in running circles. With all the hype about barefoot running and minimalist shoes, you may be
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What Does Heel Drop Even Mean?

Illustration of the heel drop of a Saucony running shoe.
If this is the first time you’ve heard the term “heel drop,” you need to know that it is not the same as “foot drop.”   Heel drop is not a foot ailment.  It is about shoe construction and describes where the heel of a shoe sits in relation to the toes. Right now, heel drop is a hot to
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