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The Rundown on Sneakers: Is Your Shoe Right For You?
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Mar 14, 2019 2:07 PM 1+ week ago

Not all running shoes are created equal and neither are all feet. Pairing the wrong shoe with the wrong type of foot can cause frustrating and painful injuries. If you find yourself dealing with anything from small blisters to serious pain in your feet, ankles, knees and even hips before, after or during your run, it might be time to take a serious look at your shoes.

When picking out a running shoe, it is best to start at a specialty running store. A store like New York Running Company, which has a location near Fordham's Lincoln Center campus in the Time Warner Center, is the best option because they carry a wide range of brands.

At a store like this, employees are trained to be able to look at your feet and bring out a variety of shoes for you to try based on what they think might work best for your needs.

An employee will start off by ...

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