At SPIbelt we understand that the right pair of shoes are a major component of any successful run. Wearing a good pair of shoes can help prevent foot and ankle injury and contribute to making your workout a more positive experience. Injuries and blisters can force you to take time off from training and get in the way of any weight loss or other fitness goals you may have.
One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a pair of shoes is that you select the right pair for your chosen athletic activity. If you’re training for a marathon, you wouldn’t want to buy a bulky pair of basketball shoes, you would want to go for a lightweight shoe that’s less constricting on the ankles, with proper arch support and the right amount of shock absorption. Another important quality to look for in a shoe is the terrain-appropriateness of the design. Wearing a pair of trail running shoes won’t be as effective if you normally choose to run on the pavement.
Taking all of that information into account, we’ve provided a link to a helpful list of running shoes below that fit the bill: