Now that you're finally convinced you need to go out and run, you just jump off the couch and start, right?
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Of course not. You've got to go out and buy a pair of expensive running shoes first.
But which ones?
You have many choices from many name brand companies. This short report helps you decide which one is for you.
Learn the three kinds of arches that people can have, and how to tell whether your arch is normal, too high or too low (making you flat footed).
Which kinds of shoes are best for each kind of foot, according to conventional wisdom.
If you are flat footed, the biomechanical running flaw you probably have.
The best shoes for flat footed runners who need the most motion control to stop them from overpronating.
But is conventional wisdom really so wise? This report also covers the trend of barefoot running shoes. That seems a contradiction in terms, but many runners find that wearing minimalist running shoes -- instead of thick, cushioned shoes with elevated heels as is the norm -- actually helps reduce injuries.
Learn the type of running stride that most podiatrists and other sports medicine experts consider the optimum.
Learn why conventional running shoes encourage you to run a different way, and how that may make you more vulnerable to injuries.
Learn the main kinds of the new minimalist shoes, especially Vibram Five Fingers.
Learn how to build up the muscles of your lower legs and feet so you can run a lot in Vibram Five Fingers and other minimalist running shoes.
Learn the dangers of Vibram Five Fingers. They're dangerous if you're clumsy.
Suggestions for wearing Mexican huaraches or flip flops instead.
Learn the two "waves" children's shoe sizes
How children's feet and legs can be irregular
Info on the childrens shoes available from Asics, Brooks, New Balance and Nike.