Wednesday, February 9, 2011

When Shoes Must 'Retired'

. Wednesday, February 9, 2011

I think as long as comfortable to wear and physically well, no need to replace the mainstay of sports shoes. Apparently, sports shoes also have a period of "retirement", especially if you regularly wear them for exercise.

Sport shoes which faithful to accompany us exercise, especially running shoes, will lose their balance and ability to dampen vibration or shock. If determined to continue to use this would risk causing injury to muscle and leg pain after exercising.

Therefore the best solution is to replace your sports shoes on a regular basis. A podiatry -health foot experts - gives tips about the life of the shoe.

For running shoes, replace every 350-450 miles (700 km) usage. Because most people never calculate the distance already taken, the distance is equivalent to nine months of the use of shoes on the runners which regularly practice. As for casual walking shoes, Assume you walk about 5 miles every day, then your favorite sneakers should have retired in the ninth month.

Besides age of shoes, to support the comfort of the foot, in choosing shoes need to be adjusted also with the activities to be done. Shoes for distance running, sprinting in the race, as well as light jogging in the afternoon is different. A person who is diligent in exercising even require two sneakers, one for serious sport and one for casual and stylish.


shengy said...

thanks for this

watadid said...

i always regularly change my shoes..nice topic

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