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Not sure of your foot type? Complete the bendy knee test here
1. Remove your footwear and place your feet shoulder width apart
2. Bend your knees into a shallow squat
3. Observe the position of your knees
This foot type is flat without any arch. When running the heel lands first but the foot lands more squarely and rolls inwards, which is known as 'over pronation'. Overpronantion feet require support and therefore require a stability shoe.
This foot type has little or no join between the forefoot and heel. This foot is rigid & is not an effective shock absorber and so requires a trainer with support.
If you have neither a low or high arch, then you have a neutral foot. The neutral foot is the easiest to fit! As a normal pronator you can wear just about any footwear, but may be best suited to stability footwear that provides moderate support. Runners who prefer lightweight footwear might prefer cushioned footwear with no added support for a faster feel!
T-Shirts must give freedom of movement so choose sweat-wicking, high stretch fabrics with flat locked seams that allow you to work out longer without fear of chafing.
Stay warm to and from your workout with a layering cover-up. Moisture wicking fabric will ensure you stay cool and dry.
Tanks must give freedom of movement so choose sweat-wicking, high stretch fabrics with flat locked seams that allow you to work out longer without fear of chafing.
Fitness footwear with the appropriate amount of support and cushioning for your specific foot type are essential. Check out our footwear guide.
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