How to buy the right running shoes?

Here are three tips from Madridstanza's resident ultra-runner to help you whittle down your options:

1. Get your gait tested

Drop into a shop like or Vivobarefoot stores and you can get a full gait analysis test done that'll help you identify the type of running shoes and support that's best for your style. You'll also get some handy hints on how to improve your technique along the way.

2. Think about your terrain

Where you plan to run is important.

3. Racing versus training

In a lot of cases you might want to choose a training shoe for longer mileage and a race shoe that's lighter but better used for shorter periods of time, like a four-hour race. Either way, it's important that you've worn your shoes in before you hit race day, or put in the longer runs.

Now that you know your style, it's time to choose. Every pair of shoes on our list has been worn, tested and put through its paces. Leaf through the list of the latest tech-filled trainers for your perfect running shoes.

Unfortunately we can't provide the motivation to hit those wintery pavements, but a good shoe is a step in the right direction.
men's running shoes,women's running shoes,cheap running shoes
men's running shoes,women's running shoes,cheap running shoes