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nimrasiddiqui455099@gmail.com | Posted | sports


What is the difference between running shoes and training shoes?





Dietitian | Posted


Running shoes or training shoes for training sessions and racing, and what to choose depends largely on your foot type. Running shoes are designed with stability features that snugly wrap around the heel, instep, and arch providing protection for joints while running. Training shoes offer more flexibility for varied workouts from cross-training to weight lifting.Running shoes or training shoes for training sessions and racing, and what to choose depends largely on your foot type. Running shoes are designed with stability features that snugly wrap around the heel, instep, and arch providing protection for joints while running. Training shoes offer more flexibility for varied workouts from cross-training to weight lifting

 

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Running shoes and training shoes are two different things and used in different areas too. Running shoes are the heel shoes for running. These are made for heel to toe movement considering tracks and runs. Training shoes are used in many directional movements. It is so flexible considering good for training. Running shoes are made so comfort for long distance runs. Training shoes are used for different movements like jumping, cutting, breaking, changing directions, etc. 

 

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I once studied this question, the main difference is in the soles. In cross-country runners, it is thicker to soften the pressure on the spine, but in training ones, on the contrary, it is thin in order to maximally distribute the load on the foot under the additional weight of the equipment


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