- This is list is by no means exhaustive and we welcome suggestions for including other manufacturers.
- Our suggestions are based purely on the construction of the shoe.
- For inclusion here the shoe must conform to the requirements we list in the book: Flat (no drop), Thin (Max 10mm), Flexible and preferably with a one-piece sole.
If you are changing technique or shoes (and they will change your technique) you will use a different range of muscles and your body needs sufficient time to adjust. While you undergo this body rebuilding you will need to greatly reduce the distance and intensity of your runs. Start with just one or two Kilometres, take at least a day off between runs and allow your muscles (especially your calf muscles) to adapt.
For more information read the book and especially the Foot Strengthening section (which also has videos).
How to choose a running shoe
Video based on American College of Sports Medicine advice
How footwear is detrimental to the feet
Where to buy good shoes
These are the companies that we know of with suitable shoes for running, walking, business etc.