Your Flat Feet Shoes


If you are looking for a pair of running shoes for flat feet then you should read this first. We are going to discuss if you actually need running shoes for flat feet. For starters we need to make sure you actually have flat feet, otherwise known as fallen arches.
So how do you know if you have flat feet? Well, here is a quick and easy test to find out. Simply go out onto your drive way with a water hose or a cup of water. Wet one area of the ground, but be sure to leave plenty of room dry. Now simply walk across the wet area barefoot, to get the bottom of your feet wet, and then walk across the dry area. You’re going to leave some wet foot prints across the dry area, and these foot prints are going to help you determine if you have flat feet or not. 
If your foot prints are very broad, showing the entire shape of your foot, then you most likely have flat feet. If you notice that there is plenty of dry space in the middle of the print, where your arch should be, then you most likely don’t have flat feet. If however, you are experiencing any of the pains associated with over pronation then I suggest you visit a doctor. 
If you do have flat feet, and you experience any pain in your shins, knees, back, or anywhere else on your lower body, then you most likely suffer from a condition called overpronation. Running shoes for flat feet can help greatly to reduce this pain.

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