According to a 2020 report from the Sports and Fitness Industry Association, about 50 million Americans participate in some form of running or jogging. And with the closing of gyms across the country and so many lawyers continuing to work from home, running has become a popular option for maintaining fitness and work-life balance. Running events like marathons and social running clubs are carefully returning this year making now a great time to get in gear and start training. But if you want to maximize the many benefits of running and prevent injury, you first have to get yourself some dedicated running shoes. Here’s a handy guide to help you find your perfect pair.

Types of Running Shoes