While doing the miles on the treadmill is a good way to keep in shape, you could actually be setting yourself up for long-term issues if you’re not wearing the right shoes. Since you’re running on a hard surface, the wrong shoes place a huge amount of unnecessary stress on your feet and joints.
So, how do you choose the right shoes? The answer is Pronation – the angle at which your feet roll inward when they hit the ground. Read about it in this infographic and, then, choose shoes accordingly – some of the best are reviewed here.
The Best Shoes For Treadmill Workouts:
Infographic by – FitRanked