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Kohn99 Rookie 1 posts since
Apr 24, 2012
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Aug 7, 2013 8:45 AM

Running Shoe Insoles

Good Day Everyone


I have a pair of Asics that I have purchased and after a month (past time to return them ) I have come to realize they are not supporting me as they should. I have become plagued with severe shin splints and knee pain; this was not the case with my prior shoes which were Mizunos. I am hoping to still get the mileage out of these Asics and I am hoping someone could suggest a insert that may help me. Thank you for listening.

  • crl8686 Legend 1,313 posts since
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    1. Aug 8, 2013 7:34 PM (in response to Kohn99)
    Running Shoe Insoles

    Inserts can help correct some biomechanical problems and might be able to compensate for a deficiency in the new shoes. What specific model (not just the company name) are your old and new shoes? Need that info to determine the difference between the shoes.

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  • lenzlaw Community Moderator 10,539 posts since
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    2. Aug 9, 2013 7:27 AM (in response to Kohn99)
    Running Shoe Insoles

    Also be sure to include your running history - how long (months/years) you've been running, days and miles per week, progression in miles per week and long runs, any recent changes in your routine such as adding speedwork, hills or a longer run, etc.


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