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Types of shoe models, foot type and running form considerations
and what I've learned in 4 years of running store experience.
For more info on models shown: www.HokaOneOne.com

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Raymond Foo . 2019-12-16
I notice my left and right muscle imbalance mostlu caused by the foundation that is my feet. My left feet has flatter arch compared to my right feet neutral arch. Cause problem to every movement even push up etc as long as my leg is touching the ground.
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Randimal762 . 2019-12-10
Is there any harm/risk for injury by wearing motion control shoes if you DON'T overpronate?
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Michael Østergaard . 2019-12-06
I went from neutral Asics to Saucony Grid ISO 2 and my knees are not happy about it. I’m hoping it’s just a matter of getting use to them.
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TheReg83 . 2019-10-04
Was recently advised that I had to wear stability running shoes. So went ahead and purchased them. I have ran 40 kilometres with them and I have never witnessed pains like i have running with them before. The shoe was the Brooks adrenaline GTS 19 shoe fantastic comfortable shoe but not just for me. Going back to a neutral running shoe the good reliable ASICS and maybe fit a light insole.
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Ib Erik Söderblom . 2019-09-19
I have a very high arc. And sometimes my foot collapses. Its extremely painfull.
It can happen after 13 K or 32 K or 50 K...
Having a very wide forefoot and a narrow heel, I sorry to say, that I havent been able to feel comfortable locked in, using Hoka's.

A heel that slipped around and made my achilles problem worse. Yes I have constantly painful achilles.

But I feel that the soles of Hoka's would be better for my feet and the bones in my feet.
Altra forefoots, Salomon mid- and heel upper and Hoka soles (and a bit more rubber to the road...). Unlike Vibram, Salomon rubber outsoles works in wett rocks.

A Hoka like that, and I'll buy it !!!

And I supinate!x

Tried the Clifton 6.
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Joey Lira . 2019-08-09
What type of shoe do you recommend for those with flat feet that don't over-pronate? I'm pigeon-toed so I don't pronate much. Generally, I run in Kinvara's due to the lighter weight with the added cushioning.
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John Jonathan . 2019-08-03
Running at 220 lbs I just buy the cheapest pair I can find. I'm not going to shell out more than 60 bucks for a pair that won't last more than 3 months
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Francisco Montoya Fernández . 2019-07-28
Hi Sage! How often would you recommend replacing running shoes for avoiding injuries? Thanks!
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jonathan yoakum . 2019-06-22
Was superglad to hit a running store years ago and have my pain alleviated via a stability shoe prescription.
But that was a long time ago when I ran 2 miles a few times to "get in shape".
Years later putting in 20-30mi a week and stability starting to feel like clunky bricks at times. Just pounded 6mi this morning on a pair of neutrals. Could better feel foot rotation and was able to adjust accordingly.
Guess the point is our shoe needs can change especially when hard work is applied and we better grasp what the heck we've been doing wrong.
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Sarvesh Chatlani . 2019-06-21
Well explained!
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Jax C. . 2019-04-26
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Elaf Al . 2019-03-10
You didn’t talk about shoe length- do you recommending sizing 1/2 size up from your regular size?
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Donald clayden . 2019-03-08
I've been hitting the web doing a lot of research for trainers and you will laugh when I say that I was looking for the look of the shoe. I'm 83 and like walking a lot to keep fit and didn't want the bog standard black or white ones. As soon as I saw the Hoka range I knew I had found what I was after. The problem in the UK is that not many shops stock Hoke but fortunately I found one just 30 miles away. I had more or less by this time found the style I liked. The shop owner was extremely helpful and recommended the Arahi although I preferred the Clifton 5. Fortunately he had a treadmill where I could get a comparison. I did go for the Clifton in Wide fitting. After wearing them indoors for a few hours something did not feel right and having a pair of orthotics in a standard shoe I tried them and what a difference it made. I have since seen a review on YouTube for them and that reviewer did exactly the same. Comparing the Hoka insole and the FootActive orthotic the arch support on the latter is more firm. I'm now sold on Hoka for the future.
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Scott Crowden . 2019-03-03
Had to walk off a HM @10k today, I am in pb shape but when upping distance injury strikes, thanks for the video made a lot of sense as to the injuries I get when upping my mileage, just bought the gaviota 2, those combined with a new hip and glute strength plan hopefully will hopefully get me to and through a marathon injury free, thanks have a great week
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JamesScottGuitar . 2019-02-18
You really should be doing more of these shoe reviews.

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Stefano Signorelli . 2019-01-19
What about stability shoes in trail running? What model options do we have? Thanks
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Gerard Riv . 2019-01-01
Great video, well explained.
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Matt . 2018-12-10
Sage, what do you recommend over-pronators wear on trails? I know trails provide more variety so your foot isn't hitting the same way every time and there is more variation in ankle movement, but I still get more pronation than normal on those foot strikes that do cause pronation, since I am already prone to it. Thanks!
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lee phillips . 2018-11-05
Running With stability shoes what a good Trail shoes with hoka
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Moritz Brall . 2018-10-27
What do you think about minimal/barefoot running shoes (Vibrams, Merrell) ???
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PawelEPGD . 2018-10-17
OK, a question: as you have reviewed shoes for asphalt surfaces, is the Pronation/Stability also an issue for (Ultra)trail runners? I have an overpronation issues and have selected Speedgoat 2 (for long distances, due to good cushioning) and Chalanger ATR 4 for short/medium runs, which both are to be neutral. I have also heard, that in trails pronation is no a big issue because the soft surface can stabilise it. Can you also make a movie about shoes for trails?


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Giovanbattista Fichera . 2018-09-30
I realised I was watching an old video when I saw you holding the Clifton 3 :D
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JDMime . 2018-09-22
I like that Hoka is roomy enough to fix an insole over the original sole. It's perfect for people who run in the city but want something light enough without a hard landing. There is a lot of tread. I can't do minimalist shoes, bc I have fat pad atrophy (lack of fat padding my feet). It means my feet hurt walking on anything hard. I need cushioning and insole supports to lessen the pain.
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Raymond Menz . 2018-08-26
WARNING - this is nothing but an advert.
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Christian Diaz Tirado . 2018-08-22
you delyver to Peru?
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Astro Runner . 2018-08-13
I got sponsored by adidas, but even if i am not, i dont change my adidas adizero adios shoes for anything else.
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Hunter Groffin . 2018-08-12
I miss the hoka Clayton
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Chick Finnegan . 2018-08-06
"Or due from running.." Lol I love this channel
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BADA BING . 2018-07-24
Dont sue me if you die from the too narrow hokas
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Benoit Daoust . 2018-07-13
no minimalist hoka shoes ?
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James Gibbens . 2018-06-28
I rly wanna get a hoka, but their so ugly imo
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Dzemal Selimovic . 2018-06-20
Now I want all of them haha
Tnx now I have to buy my ass a pair 👟
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You are soul . 2018-06-09
I have some nice new Adidas but the right one gives me heel blisters. How can I stretch out the heel?
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Tebogo Lepale Mosehla . 2018-06-07
I think I learnt quite a bit from this video. I do use orthotics (insoles) and they have helped to a point where I don't use stability shoes, but I still have a problem with adductor, glute and hip flexor, especially when I go up a hill. My left shoe hill also dies out faster. I found that my ITB struggles a bit as a result. I think I will have a long chat with the Podiatrist after running Comrades Marathon this Sunday. Thank you very much Sage
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Mo . 2018-05-07
Well this is very informative, i’m planning to switch from nike airmax (neutral) to hoka, but i’m nut sure, should i get neutral or stability shoe?
I tend to supinate sometimes when running and not concentrating on my form.
Also i put around 40-60 km monthly on the shoe.
Mainly i run on roads (asphalt ) and it’s 5 times a week.

For my case :
1-is it a good idea to use stability shoe ?
2- is it better to look for more plush ( cushion ) or less plush ?
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fat man skinny woman . 2018-03-31
I don't like over flexing my forefoot..
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Jeffrey Lingad . 2018-03-13
Hi ! Can I use stability shoes if i have a high arch? Thank you!
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Mambutu O'Malley . 2018-03-10
So my problem is that I can't really find any fitting shoes. It's either my toes touching the front while walking or my heel slipping (when I go half a size up). What's wrong with my feet?
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Jonathan Dadekian . 2018-03-01
I can't sue you if I die because I'll be dead....
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I thought "One" is read as "1". Nice and detail review btw.
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chaba49 . 2018-02-22
Nike sneakers Suck .
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Luis Solis . 2018-02-16
Hoka bondi 5 good man. I just picked them up today!!!!!
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Elvay . 2018-02-07
Best video I have found on this topic. Thanks!
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MRo . 2018-01-29
If you have an orthotic for high arches do you want a shoe that compensates for your under-pronation or does the orthotic compensate for it so you choose Neutral shoe?
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Kenny B . 2018-01-28
Good info and great job. Thank you
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fuscia . 2018-01-03
I'm so lost deciding what kind of trail shoe I need. I have mild scoliosis and I think I'm hitting my Right leg harder than my left. I ended up spraining my right knee in October and it really sucked, my knee was catching and scaring me. I wonder if Maximal will help cushion the impact and protect me knee????
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Jonas Niemi . 2017-12-20
I´m thinking about going for the hoka to incorporate the chi running technique..these shoes are for mid foot landing right?
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katis999 . 2017-12-09
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Stefan Griffin . 2017-09-28
Oh boy. Here come the STABILITY SHOES ARE EVIL dumbasses in the comments...just ignore them. Sage actually knows what he is talking about.

Great video Sage!
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Kram Conley . 2017-09-24
Where do I find the evidence for the 'wet foot test' and 'foot type determines function'? What evidence apart from anecdotal do you use to back your ideas?
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