Also, new studies on foot muscles and anesthetizing the soles of your feet.
Article added March 2, 2017 Categories Columns, Health, Injury Prevention, Shoes, Shoes and Gear, Training
Written By: Jenny McCoyPhotography by: Kaspars Grinvald/Shutterstock
Podiatrists everywhere want you to ditch the bathroom surgery, the everyday flats and brand new race day sneakers.
Written By: Runner's World EditorsPhotography by: Illustrations By Dan Fuehrer
A simple wet test can tell you if you have flat or high arches, helping you to choose the right pair of running shoes.