Now these shoes may look a lot alike, but do not be taken in by there similar looks! They cause very different injuries.
The shoe on the left is part of my oldest pair. I bought them in a big sports store, and for a while they were just fine. But then, through no fault of my own, I started to increase my distance and speed, and suddenly I came home limping.
So I did some research and read that the right pair of shoes can make all the difference between a happy runner and a limping runner. So I went to a small sports shop that specializes in running.
Just like I'ld read in my running books I had to run on a treadmill while the shoeguy made a movie of me running. There I ran, in my floral dress teamed up with my big, ugly running shoes. I must say, I've got quite lovely legs!
My running movie proved to be very educational. It taught me that I overpronate and she shop clerk had just the right shoes to fix the problem. You can't put a price on the joy of running so I forked over a hundred dollars.
The new shoes cured my limping but now the insides of my legs hurt after a run. So now I alternate my old and new shoes when I go for a run.
It's all a matter of choosing my injury.