I've been reading quite a lot on here, and elsewhere, about gait analysis and am wondering at what point in my running career it's worth while.
I'm currently only on week 2 of C25K. Is this too soon to have developed a running style? Of course I need to be able to run far enough for the shop to have something to analyse!
We've got a Decathalon store fairly local in Oxford, and also a couple of specialist running stores (Fit 2 Run near Abingdon and Up a& Running in Headington). Does anyone have experience of any of them, and which will be the best bet for an over-weight middle aged woman who last ran at school, and who is likely to feel very self-conscious at being scrutinized?!
I broke my right ankle a couple of years ago and had an op on my left knee earlier this year, so definitely think it's worth having the right shoes to minimise the risk of aggravating anything.
Thanks for any thoughts or advice.