How to have a mind and body connection while running
As most runners know, the way you approach running mentally will have far greater impact on your ability to run […]
Found these very comfy and cushioned but did slightly supinate my feet. On one leg this felt fine on other it took a bit of getting use to. I used these at the end of an Olympic triathlon where the 10k run was very tough and the comfort was noted. Only problem being with the thickness of the insole, when I ran without socks this lifted my heel up in shoe and gave me a blister where I can normally run in my triathlon trainers without socks. I’d only use these for longer triathlons where I would definitely be wearing socks.
I have had issues with shin splints for months and these have helped in my day to day life haven’t used them for running yet as I had no time to train at the moment, well worth the money.
They are great. I have been wearing on my runs and my PF has been at bay. I can actually walk after the run.
I’m always skeptical of high end insoles, but these are the real deal. With a bigger build and 3 broken ankles I’m constantly suffering shin splints. Ran 5mi for the first time since before the surgery with little pain yesterday. No joke these things!
More comfort – less pain
I have a high instep and play a lot of golf. When walking for 18 holes my feet were often quite painful by the end of the round. I now use these insoles in my golf shoes and it has definitely improved – I realised yesterday how much when I played on an old pair of shoes which didn’t have these insoles in and I was in much more pain by the end.
Revitalised some very old road shoes
These insoles were great, they’ve given a whole new lease of life to some very well used trainers that were going in the bin, now, they have helped me avoid spending that money, very comfortable, pretty full in size, so they are fine with normal trainers, but probably won’t work so well with minimalist footwear.
Better than standard insoles
I purchased new running shoes (Saucony) and I hate them. So I purchased these since I’ve been meaning to try a good pair of insoles and it seemed like a good time since they could possibly improve my new and uncomfortable running shoes. They have helped a lot, but I think I just need to give up on the fact that these shoes will work for me. I did get a new pair (Nike’s), which I’m hoping to try with my Enertor’s to give them a little more support and I have high hopes it will turn these new shoes into winners!
I bought the insoles during a 50% off sale to try it out. I just started running in them and had to get used to it the first few times. I feel like they give me an extra cushion during my landing. They squeak a little bit but I’m hoping that goes away after a few more runs.
After having some injury scares early season I felt that my insoles gave me the extra support that helped prevent injury so when the time came I was ready as ever. Now that I have won English schools and going to compete for England next week I can genuinely say the insole support I got was so helpful in training, and in races.
Great replacement for my insoles
I replaced my current insoles with Enertor and can feel a real difference in my running this week. I feel more supported, a bit more springy, and legs are less tired after the run. I really like them and feel that my performance has a better chance of improving. Thanks for bringing out such a great product!