>General Running>? for those who have adjusted their form (or know something about form and stability issues)
Needs more cowbell!
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Keep it up and I'd say get rid of those 1222's and choose less intrusive, minimalist shoes from now on.
Barefoot and happy
I would suggest that your change from overpronator to more neutral is more the result of the training you've done than any concious/subconcious choice to run more balance with mid-foot strike, etc. As your muscles, connective tissues and even bones have gotten stronger and more accustomed to the rigors of long distance running, your foot has become better at doing what it was designed/evolved to do.
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