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differences between running & walking shoes

by:Glory Footwear     2020-04-25
When choosing sneakers, it is recommended to choose shoes designed for specific activities.
This means running shoes are chosen for both running and walking.
Not having the right shoes can cause various foot and joint problems over time.
Running shoes have significant features such as motion control, stabilizer and adequate midsole buffering.
Runners need these enhancements because they are more powerful than walkers.
However, walking shoes require features such as portability, comfort and flexibility.
Protecting against damage is the same feature that is necessary for both shoes.
Whether you are running or walking, the shoes should have a twist and bending stability to protect your feet from the adverse effects of overspin.
Stable shoes will reduce the possibility of ankle sprain in both activities.
Fashion shoes have more style choices than walking shoes.
They are more popular and can buy hundreds of colors and designs.
This is because shoe manufacturers produce running shoes much longer than walking shoes.
Walking shoes with weight and midsole are lighter than running shoes because their midsole is thinner.
The thinner midsole allows a more natural foot roll from the heel to the toe, while the running shoe provides a heavier and thicker midsole for cushioning and shock absorption.
Outsole and elastic walking shoes are usually more flexible than running shoes.
The flexible outsole of walking shoes is necessary as the Walker rolls further from the toe at the end of each step than the runner.
In contrast, to prevent the stress and impact of running, the outsole becomes harder on the running shoe model.
The article, written by Rona aquinoona Aquino, began professional writing in 2008.
As an avid marathon runner and outdoor enthusiast, she has written topics about running, fitness and outdoor entertainment for a variety of publications.
Aquino holds a bachelor\'s degree in communication and English from the University of Maryland Park.
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