I've new to running and have just started training for next year's London Marathon.
I recently bought some K-Swiss Run 100 trainers as I'm flat-footed and the reviews seemed to suggest they had a cushioning effect that would help.
They feel comfortable enough and I have no pain in my paper mache knees after running.
So do I need to have my running style analysed with a view to getting some different trainers?
Any advice appreciated.
Hello stranger, how's your knees, My ankle is still playing up but i am able to run on it .
Give me a bell, & i'll come running with ya.
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