Last summer, controversy flared up with renewed vigor – a large-scale study was published in which novice runners took part. Through advertisements in Danish newspapers and gyms, 927 subjects were recruited between the ages of 18 and 65. They were each assessed for pronation, and then all were given the same lightweight shoe with no extra cushioning or raised heels. In fact, many of them were given shoes that shop assistants and other professionals would find unsuitable. Choose the best runners watches too.