Running or jogging is more popular than ever. It is healthy, you can do it every spare moment on the day, and you don’t have to pay expensive tuition fees for gym or fitness. The only investment you need to do to be a shorts, t-shirt and a decent pair of running shoes. But what is good running shoes? And where do you take into account when buying them? Athletic shoes come in all colors, shapes and sizes. Unfortunately it is all too common that a beginner athletes step out of the store with the beautiful purple shoes that fit so well with the color of his or her Cardigan. Whether they chose the one with the fine brand advertising on television. The right shoe is very personal. The size and depth of your foot, the land on which you go, and your running technique, they all have influence over your ideal shoe. Color and brand are just one-time items.
As with all the shoes you buy the proper size is essential. Never buy shoes without simply adapt. The specified size can always be a little bit different from brand to brand. The 36 can be perfect, while the other will be something too big or too small. For running shoes, it is important that they are just a little too big. Imagine one half to one centimeter front game. Through the course will move your feet at every contact with the ground move a few millimeters in the shoe. If your toes touching the tip of your shoe, you risk blisters or sore toenails. Customize your shoes always at night. After walking around one day, your feet are actually more swollen than the morning. Even when walking your feet swell a little. This avoids you shoes that fit so perfectly in the store, when she suddenly walked pinch.
An often underestimated influence on the selection of shoes is your own weight. Keep in mind that your body an effect three times must download your total body weight with every step you go. The joints of ankles and knees or act as shock absorbers, if you choose more than 80 kg weight, it is appropriate, says WhicheverHealth, for shoes with high shock absorption.
You walk a lot on paved roads, which is not recommended because of the heavy impact on knees and ankles, then save it, choose a shoe with a high degree of shock absorption. Go more in the Woods provides a Finnish track, or on the road, looking mainly to the support that the shoe to your ankles.Get through the bumps in the ground, you must endure the ankles, namely heavier, and thus reduce the risk of a possible sprain. Also give running shoes with a grooved outsole for traction on uneven terrain.
The foot cavity
The cavity in the bottom of the foot should be going good. The sole of a shoe is almost never completely flat and has a slight bend on the inside. This should follow the curve of your bow so that pressure is distributed on the different pressure points on the foot. You have the sole with almost no curve for flat feet, and soles of the feet with an extremely high camber for high feet. In between, nearly all variations.
To see if your feet are flat or high, there is a very simple trick. Create your feet wet with a press on the bathroom floor and watch it now. See you stand the entire foot, then you have very flat feet.You see only the imprint of the toes and heel are separated by only a thin line on the outside of the sole? Then you have extremely high prices.
In a normal walking motion, first, we set the heel of the foot on the ground and roll the entire sole we gradually decreases in the direction of your toes. Under this rolling motion of the foot makes a slight turning movement on the inner side. As a result, the impact is absorbed. This rotation is known as pronation. If pronation occurs as described here, do you have enough choices to find the right shoe, and watch you especially on the remaining points. Turn your feet outward rather than inward, buy shoes with great flexibility that allows for such a rotation, enough cushioning and watch as your body absorbs these no good. Turn your foot in too far then go get your knees congested of the shaft rotates.Question behind the shoes which ensure sufficient stability to the knees.
To know if your feet are too long, too little or just to go well, there a simple solution. Check out the download in your old shoes. If the wear is greater? Inside? Or outside?
When new shoes?
Compare shoes comfortable with a car. After a certain number of kilometers the tires need to be replaced, and the dampers are regularly renewed. This is also true for running shoes. After 1000 to 1500 km is half your attenuation is gone and it’s time for a new pair, if you go a lot on paved roads, there will be more wear and tear occur.
If you 2 x per week is 10 km, for a whole year… Then you do the best to buy a new pair after this year.