Running Tips – When To Replace Your Running Shoes Posted By: Judy Mick One of the most common causes of running injuries is running in shoes that are old and worn out. Running shoes are the most important piece of equipment that a runner has. So, they need to be replaced when they need to be. Here are some tips to go by regarding when to replace your running shoes. You can take the shoes that you’ve been running in and look at them from behind. If they are starting to wear out, they will not sit flat. You can see the wear on one side. However, your shoes may be starting to break down from the inside even before the outer soles show signs of wearing out. The cushioning on the inside of the shoe which keeps your foot stable and protected will usually break down before the outer sole. Wearing shoes that are broken down can cause injuries if run in for many miles. The general rule of thumb is to replace your running shoes between 300 – 500 miles. How soon they break down depends on your body weight as well as the surfaces that you run on the majority of the time.running shoes running tips Judy Mick when to replace running shoes running shoes When To Replace Running Shoes Posted By: Dr Andrew Schneider Although the title specifies running shoes, I’m writing this with all types of athletic shoes in mind: tennis shoes, walking shoes, sneakers, aerobics shoes, basketball shoes, etc. The principle is generally the same. For brevity, lets just refer to them for the most part as running shoes. We all know that running shoes do not last forever. Most people, however, continue to wear them well after their useful life has ended. In my office, I most commonly will have people tell me that their shoes are several years old BUT (insert excuse here…). Some of my favorites, it fits my feet perfectly (meaning it’s broken down), the heel is worn out just how I like it (meaning it has a hole inside the shoe), new shoes just bother me (meaning that I’ve worn these for so long, the support is too different at this point), and my favorite: They still look new. Yes, they still look new. When all you do is run on the treadmill, use the elliptical, and some stationary bike, and your shoes never see the light of day, of course they look new. What’s problematic is the part you don’t see.aerobics houston injury prevent replace running shoes sneakers tennis shoes aerobics 相关的主题文章:

 

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