I have started this Running Plan http://www.runnersworld.com/getting-started/the-8-week-beginners-program.
I am comfortably in the 4th of it. Since beginning I have been running with these "Fila Coder running shoes"
Few days ago on searching more on running I got to know that there are different type of runners in the world:
I want to run with correct shoes for myself. But I am confused and I have few queries:
- When I am running slow (not sprinting, not jogging) my left leg goes of middle line of my direction of running i.e. Underpronator(also shoe sole is grazed from outside of heel). But when I am at full pace (sprinting) I hit hit heel first and and legs remain in Neutral direction. Am I still a Underpronator Runner?
- Is this a disease or some kind of bad anatomy, my body/legs not designed not born to run? If yes is it curable, by exercising, or practicing correct(neutral) running?
- Are there pro runners in the world those are Underpronators?
- I am only going to run 30 mins daily, do I really need expensive shoes designed for underpronator runners?
I am 5'8"
Using "Fitness World: ZETTA COMMERCIAL MOTORIZED TREADMILL"