Find the Exercise Shoe for You
Protect your feet and amp up your workout by wearing the right sneaker
The right shoe not only has to be comfortable, it also has to support and conform to the shape and movement of your feet, says Elizabeth Kurtz, DPM, a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association. She helps you figure out what's right for your feet.
This means that when you walk, your feet tend to roll out—you'll see more wear on the outer edge of your shoes (you may also have a high arch). Look for a shoe with extra cushioning to absorb impact. Try: ASICS GELNimbus(5;
This means that your feet roll inward—you'll see more wear on the inner edges of your shoes. Look for a motioncontrol or stability shoe that has midsole cushioning. Try: New Balance 1226(0;
If you do a variety of activities, go for a cross trainer. Make sure that you can't fold the shoe at the middle or twist it like you're wringing out a towel. If you can, it's too flexible and won't provide proper support. Try: Saucony Pr
If you don't tend to supinate or overpronate, try a "neutral" shoe. They usually have a lower price tag and good support and cushioning.
Video: How to Choose Proper Running or Walking Shoes. Best Information.
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