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Types Of Running Shoes
All running shoes are not created equal. You'll want to choose from one the following three categories according to your arch type and degree of pronation. Learn about arch type and pronation below.
Cushion shoes are the most flexible and encourage natural pronation, with added cushioning and extra shock absorption. These shoes do not have stability or motion control features. Cushions shoes are best for people with a high arch and also those with a normal arch.
Stability shoes have light support features on the medial side and well-cushioned midsoles to help guide mild-to-moderate overpronation. Stability shoes are great for feet with a moderately flat arch and for those with a normal arch.
Motion Control shoes incorporate extra stability features on the medial side to help control severe overpronation. Runners with severely flat arches need the extra support and stability of motion control shoes.
For more detailed advice please visit of specialist running website