I’m debating getting fitted for running shoes. Now before you go and say, “You must get fitted”, I’ll tell you why.
Currently, I run in my Nike Lunarglide +3. It provides cushioning and stability where I need it. I have normal arches and no foot issues (as far as I know!). However, I’m unsure whether I over or under pronate but with these shoes, it doesn’t seem to be an issue. I have a bad knee from an injury >10 years ago so I feel achy most of the time, which I’m using KT Tape for. Occasionally I get pain on my hip bones, but treadmill running or simply my running technique could be the cause.
My debate is, I have a half marathon in 2 weeks. Do I get fitted or do I “Don’t fix what isn’t broken?”