1. Get proper run shoes and a gait analysis
Before you hit the road, track, or trail, make sure you’ve got a great pair of running shoes that offer support consistent with your specific needs. Go to a local running store and have them perform a gait analysis (places like Dick’s Sporting Goods and JackRabbit offer this service for free). Once they’ve analyzed your unique foot shape and stride, and identified any problem areas (like high arches, knee pain, etc.), they can match you to the perfect shoe.
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