How to buy Running shoes to enhance our performance on the field

Question: Could you please tell us on what basis we should buy running shoes to enhance our performance on the field?


Answer: Im a certified bodybuilding coach, please consider this. Firstly, do you know why many gymnasts, and dancers prefer performing barefoot? Ankle sprains are the most frequently reported acute sports injury, and 90-95% of these are inversion injuries causing partial or complete rupture of the anterior talofibular ligament and occasionally of the calcaneofibular ligament. It is claimed that FOOTWEAR INCRAESES THE RISK of such sprains, either by decreasing awareness of foot position provided by feedback from plantar cutaneous mechanoreceptors in direct contact with the ground. running shoes always reduce proprioceptive and tactile sensitivity, and that using bare feet on the high-density chip-foam mats in gyms preserves proprioceptive sensitivity. 
When running barefoot on hard surfaces, the runner compensates for the lack of cushioning underfoot by plantar-flexing the foot at contact, thus giving a SOFTER LANDING. Barefoot runners also land mid-foot, increasing the work of the foot's soft tissue support structures, thereby increasing their strength and possibly reducing the risk of injury. Finally, shoes probably compromise the ability of the lower limb to act like a spring. From time immemorial men hunted, ran barefoot and that’s the best way.
Now, everyone around you wears a fancy shoe, so if you feel awkward and want to put on a shoe, OR have Concern about puncture wounds, bruising, thermal injury, and overuse injury consider this.
1:}}} If you have FLAT FEET: you want the shoe to be firm in these key areas, but still flexible in the toes. 
2:}} What if you have a HIGH ARCH ? You already have a rigid foot, so you have no need for motion control. What you need is shock absorption
3:}} What if you have a NEUTRAL or middle of the road foot? Shoe selection is not as crucial for you. with descent stability in the sole (from the base of the toes back), and heel cu
The one characteristic that ALL athletic shoes should possess is a FLEXIBLE TOE region. This prevents overworking the Gastro-soleus complex (the calf) during activity and opening yourself up to a whole different category of athletic injury. How do you check a shoe for these characteristics? You have to get your hands on it! Squeeze the heel cup area above the sole. Is it firm or spongy? With one hand, hold the rear of the sole and place the other on the widest part of the sole near the base of the toes.
Give it a good twist! Bend it! Did it feel solid or spongy? Running shoes are mostly spongy, light weight and will thrust you upward upon landing. The best bet would be ultra-light weight materials used, technology used to make the show weigh lighter and suiting your body mechanics. Now compare it to other shoes in the store. I use UA HOVR and found it amazingly good.


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