running shoes

Footwear that focuses on style and marketing isn't helping your foot function as designed.
These shoes are a good middle ground between traditional running shoes and minimalist shoes.
These shoes were created with functional fitness in mind, and they stand out from other inov-8 products I've tried.
Going minimal will improve your body’s function and your enjoyment of running for the rest of your life.
How do you know if you are experiencing PFS (runner's knee), as opposed to the normal aches and pains you feel after a hard run?
As long as you have a pair of running shoes, you can run! But how much of the other stuff is worth investing in?
While it may seem overly technical, I can verify that knowing what sort of foot you have and a few details about shoe design will make buying shoes incredibly easy.
What' strange is that there’s no evidence to suggest that barefoot running actually works. Shoe manufacturers scream that with minimalist shoes you’ll fix all that ails you. But will you really?
What makes a running shoe good? Do you need to spend a lot of money? What model is right and how should it fit? Here's everything you need to know to buy the right pair of running shoes for you.
One of the questions I get asked most frequently is, "What kind of shoes do I need for running?” Here is my advice, based on my experience and the simple math behind the physics of running.
After several months of review and extended wear, the Reebok CrossFit Nano 2.0 is my choice for the best all-around shoe for CrossFit. If I had to choose just one pair of shoes, these would be it.