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Take the Wet Test: Learn Your Foot Type  http://www.runnersworld.com/running-shoes/the-wet-test

A simple wet test can tell you if you have flat or high arches, helping you to choose the right pair of running shoes.

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​How to Buy the Right Running Shoes

Six features to look for in your next running shoe, along with five shoe-buying mistakes that you must avoid.

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How to Improve Your Running Form [Infographic

Proper form in running includes correct posture. See this great info graphic on all the different pieces that make up proper running form.

How to choose shoes

Choosing the Right Running Shoe~ Find Your Sole Mate: The Perfect Shoe for Every Workout~ also graphs & info for walking shoes, aerobics shoes, cycling shoes, & strength training shoes

Ladies Hoka one one Challenger ATR

Women's Hoka CHALLENGER ATR Shoes - Corsican Blue / Acid

3 Moves To Help Runners Strengthen Their Upper Back - Women's Running

Runners are notorious for being imbalanced when it comes to upper back strength. Fix the problem with these three exercises.

Stretches to Make Running Easier

The One Stretch That Will Make Running Feel Easier

Having tight pec muscles can actually waste energy and make running feel harder. Try these two easy chest stretches to be a more efficient runner.

A runners feet take quite the beating with all the repetitive pounding, sweating, and muscle exertion. Here are five ways to help ease soreness and prevent foot injuries that could sideline your running routine. Also useful for people who work on their feet all day, or anyone who wears high heels! REALLY NEED TO DO THIS!!

5 Ways to Show Your Running Feet Some Love

A runner's feet take quite the beating with all the repetitive pounding, sweating, and muscle exertion. Here are five ways to help ease soreness and prevent foot injuries that could sideline your running routine. Grab a tennis ball:

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