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Questions on Shoe Fit from Beginner to Advanced: Impact of Length, Insoles, and Matching Pathologies
Doctors of Running Podcast, Episode 173


Happy New Year runners! While we're excited for 2024, we still have lots about 2023 to talk about with this week's podcast. Senior Contributor Nathan Brown shares his favorite shoes of the past year (along with those that didn't quite work out) and discusses working through an injury that's greatly slowed his running journey as of late. Learn how he's dealt with the injury and get a few tips on how he came to choose the best footwear for him based on his needs.



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Chapters

0:00 - Intro 
1:23 - How long should running shoes fit on your feet? 
3:38 - Challenges to finding shoes that fit well 
6:47 - How length can impact the way a shoe feels on the run 
9:12 - Matching a shoe's length and geometry with your biomechanics 
10:54 - Problems caused by a shoe that's too short 
16:22 - How a shoe is supposed to fit 
18:34 - Matching insoles and shoe fit 
19:42 - Considerations for trail running shoes 
24:13 - Shoe fit for those with specific pathologies 
30:11 - Wrap-up



Recent Episodes

#172: Nathan's Favorite Shoes of 2023 | Link
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Nathan talks about a difficult year)

#171: Best of 2023, Part 2 | Link
(
We share our favorite racing shoes of the year)

#170: Best of 2023, Part 1 | Link
(
We share our favorite training shoes of the year)

#169: Mailbag |
Link
(
The Role of Plates in Shoes, Matching Super Shoes to Your Own Mechanics, the Best Shoes for Bunions and More)

#168: Post-Marathon Recovery Strategies and Training | Link
(Andrea and Megan return for a discussion on post marathon tips)

#167: Strength Training for Runners Q&A |
Link
(DPT Victoria Sekely shares strength tips for runners)

#166: Mailbag! |
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(How long do shoes last? Health and marathon? And more)


Check out some of our favorite episodes!

#160: Bone Health for Runners |
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(Montana Running Lab's Rich Willy breaks down bone health science)

#154: Ashley Mateo, Running Journalism |
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(Running journalist Ashley Mateo joins for a conversation on sources)


#138: The Latest Findings on Super Shoes | Link
(Geoff Burns and Dustin Joubert share research on super shoes for slower runners)

#123: Amelia Boone, 4x World Champion in Obstacle Course Racing |
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(Andrea and Megan have a fun and insightful conversation on OCR, injuries, and eating disorder with the Queen of Pain, Amelia Boone)

#111: Mastering the Art of Running Over 40
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(Digging into Chief Editor Matt Klein's academic work, he and Andrea discuss the science of running at an older age. They cover a lot of ground from injuries to injury prevention.)

#95/96: Science of Footwear Design/Biomechanics with Saucony | Link (95)/ Link (96)
(In these episodes, we got a chance to speak with the footwear designers at Saucony to go in-depth on the design process there year-in and year-out. High level conversation on shoe design!)

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Nathan's Favorite Shoes of 2023






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