8 Tips For Treadmill Footwear

8 Tips For Treadmill Footwear

There are many options when it comes to workout footwear. The best shoe for you might not be best for the next person since each person’s feet are different, and even each foot can vary. It’s best to get your feet measured and get advice from a professional shoe store, but here are some basic tips to help you narrow down the large selection of athletic shoes.

1. Know Your Routine

Walking on a treadmill is different than running, and the same shoes may not work for both activities. Running on the treadmill is a very different motion than running on the ground and there is a much higher impact absorbed by the balls of the feet.

Shoes that are worn for a workout on the treadmill need to provide proper cushioning to avoid injury. Great example  is the “Air Flow System” or the “0” series found at www.dtfootwear.com

2. Know Your Feet

If you have foot problems you should talk to their podiatrist before buying running or walking shoes because wearing the wrong shoes can cause injury and make foot problems worse.

There are three common types of feet, which are;

  • Normal Feet – most people have normal feet and there are the most shoe options for people with normal feet.
  • Flat Feet – people with flat feet have no arch. Flat footed people tend to roll their feet inward (called pronation) when walking or running and should wear shoes that stabilize their feet. Stabilizing is by proper inserts and we have one of the best.
  • High-Arched Feet – high arches need special care because running often causes the arches of the feet to fall. Exercisers with high arches usually roll their feet outward while running. They need shoes that absorb shock and are flexible. Two great ways to correct this problem is strong midsection and heel  counter footwear. Then the proper fitting and supporting inserts in the business today!

3. Weight

Shoes that are designed for walking or running should be lightweight so that it’s easy for the exerciser to move quickly.

The problem with shoes that are very lightweight is that they contain very little padding. True, but we average 7 ounces in weight in our Athletic program and that is for men and ladies.

Then, add those Triple-Layer Heat Moldable Customize Inserts for the best padding found anywhere – Oh yes, they are FREE from us

4. Cushioning

Most people who run on a treadmill put more pressure on their heel than their toe, so extra cushioning is needed in the heel area of their shoes to soften the impact of running on a treadmill.

Again, with our great triple-layer heat customize moldable Inserts ( that come FREE to you) this gives you heel support and padding that you never recieve , like this, anywhere else!

Then again, this great Air Flow Heel System ( found in all our “0” series) will be an added for the heel!

Any style (Men and Women) that starts with the number ‘”0″ will have this unbelievable “Air Flow Cushion System” for the heel

5. Comfort

The best shoes are the ones that make the exerciser comfortable. Walking or running in uncomfortable shoes can lead to injury. It is also difficult to find motivation to exercise if you know that you’ll be uncomfortable.

6. Flexibility

If athletic shoes are not flexible enough, the exerciser may experience problems such as shin splints. Good running shoes should not bend in the arch, but they should bend at the ball of the foot.

The shoes should also twist if someone twists them. Extra Depth style of shoes tend to be the best for a variety of activities, but may not be the best shoes for just running or walking.

The upper needs to be forgiving and needs to be flexibility and stretchable uppers to conform to every need of the top of your foot!

7. Barefoot

Barefoot running is a popular trend, but it can be dangerous to run on a treadmill barefoot because most treadmills generate heat from the friction of the belt moving.

Running barefoot on a treadmill can also cause runners to stub their toes where the belt meets the front of the machine.

8. Budget

Budget shouldn’t be the most important consideration when shopping for exercise shoes,.

But, it is important for most people to find the highest quality shoe and especially when this shoe line Orthopedi/Therapeutic in constructive lasting uppers.

Then, is offering 1 to 3 sets of one of the best over the counter moldable customize inserts and that is FREE to you! WOW! Up to $240.00 value that is given to you!

Remember that the shoes will need to be replaced after being worn for 300-500 miles.

So, if you choose the be on the treadmill most of the time be sure to evaluate the best shoe for your comfort and support, and let’s get going and into better shape!

View source:  http://www.treadmillreviews.net/8-tips-for-choosing-treadmill-workout-shoes/

In Conclusion,

One of our main goals, in life, is to see as many people as possible have “HEALTH HAPPY FEET” forever all over the world.

Thank you,
Ron Heinlein | President/Founder | Cell # 909-215-1622 | heinleinron@yahoo.com
DTFootwear.com Designer Therapeutic Footwear Co.
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