I'm not going to let it get me down
After some regeneration problems and running injuries the last few months after increasing the volume, the fun of training was almost lost. I have been trying the RunExpert sole for almost 60km for a week now (including both intervals, a long run and trail runs). The symptoms on the day after more intensive workouts were noticeably less after the first use of the soles (including plantar fasciitis, GTPS and ITBS). As is well known, there is no immediate change in pace, but if higher volumes and more intensive units with fewer complaints and, above all, injuries are to be managed, then this should naturally happen over time ... In short: seems to work for me and I also get the RunPro soles for direct comparison!
insole run triathlon
Thanks to 3-D measurement, Super was able to switch to currex and put my medical insoles aside. barefoot . very good comfort and fit and felt much faster ;-); I highly recommend it
Works very well.
Makes you feel good
The CURREX RunExpert shoe inserts make me feel good in my running shoes. Unfortunately they don't help me with my injury / inflammation either, but that would have been too nice. All in all a good idea, I don't know if I would buy it again, I'm not 100% convinced yet.
And this is how the RunExpert works
For more stability
For your perfect run
For a continuous midfoot
For dynamic stability and less fatigue
For a powerful kick
NEW FAST EFFECT
For muscular improvement
The insoles prescribed by the doctor follow the idea that the bone position of the foot can and must be straightened. Therefore, prescription inserts are made accordingly and are often perceived by the athlete as uncomfortable to useless for sports.
The dynamic metatarsal bridge has a life of min. 800-1200 km designed. In addition, the breathable upper and the layers underneath optimize moisture management in the shoe. If the upper material is clearly worn, it is time for a change.
Note: Your pair of CURREX lasts at least as long as your pair of shoes.