You’ll Need to Get Some Shoes
Wait till the afternoon, when your feet have naturally expanded, then visit a respectable local running store that either has a treadmill, will let you go run around the block, or has a generous (i.e., 30-day) return policy. Tell the salesperson you’re just starting out, then try on a million different pairs until you find the one that just feels right — space for your toes to spread, a firm hold on your heel, nice ventilation, and an appealingly springy bounce. Forget about technical terms like pronation for now and ask yourself one question: Is this the pair you want to run in?
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