Originally Posted by bavarian19
Well, believe it or not, at the ripe old age of 25, I also have knee problems. The nike shox are the only shoes that I have run in, and over the years have tried adidas and NB shoes, that limit the impact I end up putting on my right knee.
I have been doing some strengthening excercises for the back and knee, but I think this is going to be a problem Im going to be dealing with for a while...
Have you tried going to a runners shoe store and see what shoes that advise? Some places will make you run on a treadmil to see your running pattern to determine what type of runner you are as well as what type of foot you have. This is very important to running especially for long distance and to avoid injury. I would check them out even if it is to verify you have the correct running shoes.