Running Shoes Guru

Welcome to Running Shoes Guru!

Why a Running Shoes Guru Blog ? Whether you run to get back or to keep in shape, to race short or long distances, to raise money for a cause or just because you like it – choosing the right running shoe can make your running experience a joyful, rewarding one. On the other side, chosing the wrong shoe can introduce you to a whole new galaxy of pain, blisters and injuries.

Your unique physical characteristics, from gender to body weight, from the shape of your foot to the biomechanics of your running gait together with the distances and surfaces you run on – all require different help from your footwear to support you, protect you and make you run at your best.

Sports companies are constantly developing new shoes and new technologies to help you run at your best. Information though can be overwhelming and misleading.

The purpose of this blog is to help both the novice and the experienced runner find their way to the best running shoe for their needs, by reviewing the latest offering from sports companies and giving clear and simple explanations of the characteristics and technologies of the shoes, as well as tips and advice on how to pick the right shoe for you!

Follow Running Shoes Guru regularly, and you’ll become a running shoe expert in no time!

Thank you for reading us,
The Running Shoes Guru staff.




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