Over the past 20 years the method of choosing a running shoe has broken down as as follows:
Have someone tell you if you are pronated or neutral
Choose a shoe to match your foot type – supportive (pronation control) or neutral
But recently studies have been published to show that ‘correct’ prescription of running shoes for foot types have had no affect on reducing running injuries or improving running performance. So if the supportive/neutral method is flawed, how should we choose the right shoe?
Here are some general pieces of advice that everyone