Running at a fast pace is important whether your goal is weight loss, fitness, or marathon training. How many calories you burn and how fast you become in shape are both affected by your speed.
Everyone knows that eating specific foods may make you run faster, but you might not be aware that how you tie your shoes before you run can considerably affect your performance.
Surprisingly, the way you tie the laces might be more to blame than the shoe's construction for some types of pain. If you don't tie your running shoes correctly, you could experience pain and slow down your pace.
Your costly, high-tech sneakers won't improve your speed. No size fits all, unless it's custom-made, because everyone's feet are different. Lacing procedures can customize your shoe and boost speed.
Slipping shoes causes blisters and discomfort, therefore heel lock prevents it. Fix the shoe around the impact site to avoid slippage. However, this lacing method strains your top-foot ligaments.
Directions: Cross-lace till done. Pause before lacing last eyelet. For inner shoe exit, both sides' laces should go through the final eyelet. This loops right and left. Cross your shoelaces, thread the right end through the left loop, etc. Pull it tightly from both ends to secure loops.
These lacing instructions are for people with a somewhat higher middle foot and closer to the ankle. They may feel pressure on the top of their feet when jogging.
Instructions: Unlace the shoe all the way down to the bottom, using the bottom eyelet on both the left and right side as the only place where the lace is located. After that, tie the laces in a manner that is consistent at the finish.
If you have feet that are especially broad, you could experience discomfort when you are walking. Your feet will experience less pressure in the front of your foot if you lace them wide.