Running Shoe Insoles Give You the Choice: Lead or Fall Back

Posted on February 7, 2016 by ryozwiak There have been 0 comments

I am going to presume that you run for “fun”, in the spirit of a friend of mine who claims that he’s “not competitive.” This is hard to believe since after a match he can dissect play-by-play what the ups and downs of his game were. But he insists, really, truly, he’s not competitive. It’s just that he “likes to win.” Pure sophistry! But we will let that pass, as I’d like to help you, dear reader, to learn how running shoe insoles can enable you to set the pace in your running group though I am sure that you also, like my friend, not actually competitive...

Plain and Simple - RxSorbo Running Shoe Insole

I am going to lay it out to you very simply: You can’t come out ahead, lead the pack, set the pace, or just plain “win” if you’re in pain. Not unless perhaps you are a super-hero in disguise, and your super-power is pain tolerance. Running shoe insoles are the answer to the question that non-competitive runners everywhere are asking.

Running Shoe Insoles Save the Day

If foot pain is keeping you off the pace, then you’re also not getting the exercise you need to stay fit, which is not smart. Running shoe insoles can make the difference between giving up and getting going. Running Shoe InsolesIf you already have foot pain, then insoles can help with your recovery, by lessening the shock your body feels with each foot strike. Then, once you’re healthy, running shoe insoles can help you avoid further injury.

To learn more about the running shoe insoles available, visit our shoe insole page for more information.

More About RXSorbo and Our Performance Shoe Insoles

All RX Sorbo® Performance Shoe Insoles feature Sorbothane®. Sorbothane® is a unique material that naturally cradles the foot in comfort and helps protect the entire body by absorbing up to 94.7% of impact shock. Ours are some of the best shoe insoles for running, high heels or conditions like plantar fasciitis, Morton’s neuroma, or Metatarsalgia.


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