Identify your stride

The length of our stride and the way our foot lands on the ground can cause different impacts on our body.

A runner with a long stride and heel strike generates a greater impact on their body when landing. In this case, a fairly cushioned shoe may be appropriate to limit impacts and eliminate as many risks of injury as possible.

While a runner with a shorter, lighter stride and a pose on the ground on the middle or even the front of the foot generates less impact on the ground, therefore on his body. This runner can afford to go for a lighter shoe with less absorption.