Jul 23, 06 4:05
Post #4 of 4
After my two knee surgeries last year, I moved up to the New Balance 991. It seems to be the best cushioned neutral NB running shoe. I've been running in NB shoes since 1980 and didn't want to change brands but I don't think the shoes made a big difference. Here's what I did to salvage my running; no more running on the road except in triathlon, that means no more road races, and train only on grass, on a trail, or on a cushioned track. I also switched my race shoes from NB831, a high speed trainer to NB754 a cushioned trainer. It's worked, I feel great and I'm running well. Do tri's with up to 10k run, and run an occasional trail race. the shoes won't save you, it's how you train. It takes a little more planning, but it's worth it.
Good luck, I have to get over to the track!
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(This post was edited by Sweeney on Jul 23, 06 6:38)