What shoes do you use ?

I had my gait analysis etc done at sweatshop years ago and was recommended (and bought) a "support and stability" shoe. A few years and two kids later started c25k on those shoes then went to get it done again recently and was told I dont pronate that much anymore and need "neutral and cushioning" ones now. Thoughts on whether this could impact on sore knees ?

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  • You can get very cushy neutral shoes. You could do more trail running to lessen the impact

    Once your knees get strengthened you might find it less of an issue

  • I'd take the advice offered by the sports shop, they know their stuff!

  • I use brooks ravenna mainly because I am neutral but need stability and cushioning after 10km. I was told as I run more I am prone to have a little movement but I don't pronate, I have been very happy with them.

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