So, how important is it that we go to Luke’s to get the perfect shoe?
According to this study cited in the New York Times,
“The research reinforces a widespread belief among scientists studying running ‘that pronation doesn’t play much of a role’ in injury risk….
It also suggests… that trying to alter pronation with a specific type of shoe is probably misguided. At the university’s running clinic, ‘we see so many injured runners who’ve been told that they over pronate’ and need sturdy motion-control shoes to fix the problem. ‘They wind up injured anyway.'”
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