Le 27 mai 2016, 03:46 dans Humeurs • 0
Years ago I wore the Saucony Grid Webb, which later became the Grid Triumph. I probably went through 20 pairs. Over the last 5 years however, the Saucony Ride has been my number one shoe. Sports Shoes On Sale It is a neutral, cushion running shoe. The most recent version is the Ride 6 and it is by far the best looking one that they have made! The colors and the design are great, I was so excited when I saw the new look! I have fairly big, wide feet and the Ride gives plenty of room in the toe box. It is important to have a little room in your running shoes because your feet can swell when you run. If you need more support than a neutral runner, the Saucony Guide would be a great one to try.
During the training for my first marathon, I began getting horrible shin splints. If you have ever had them, you understand how painful they are. I got measured and realized that I was wearing my shoes a half size too small. From the first pair of shoes in the bigger size, I haven’t had one issue! Now, after three pregnancies and an uncountable number of miles, I have gone up another half size! (Surely now they are done growing, I’m 36!) Any rubbing from your shoes can cause a laundry list of very inconvenient problems.
From time to time I have switched to another running shoe, or purchased two pairs together and alternated between them. The Brooks Ghost and the Brooks Glycerin are both excellent cushion, neutral running shoes. They are a great alternative to the Saucony Ride and are similar in weight and fit. I do think it is good to change your shoe up from time to time. Remember also that every time a company revises a running shoe it is always important to try them on because even a small change in the shoe design can affect the fit. Wearing the wrong shoe can lead to pain and possible injuries. However, finding the right ones can make your runs faster, pain free, and much more enjoyable!