Otherwise, you seem to do just fine.
I don't know much about shoes, although I ran pretty much in the past.
I never gave importance to the shoes as much as I gave to workouts.
Mostly because I run almost entirely on soft terrain.
This winter I begun to wear shoes with cushioning system, I don't even know their brand.
It's pretty cool and soft with my legs.
Now I wonder if there are no reversed effects.
In my understanding, the cushioning system is reducing the shock when running. But for people with poor muscle strength or maybe overweighted, the cushioning system might absorb the shock when landing on the ground, but due to elasticity of the sole, the shock is sent back in the legs (probably in a softer, slower form) and causes injuries in joint, usually.
I'm not sure about this theory, is just a thought.
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