By taking a few precautions and planning, you can prevent many common running injuries and prevent injuring yourself if you have flat feet.
For example, this may sound obvious but, listen to your body: Don’t ignore pain! A little soreness is OK (training for 10k ?). But if you notice consistent pain in a muscle (shin splints?), joint or portion of your feet that does not get better with rest, see your physician soon .
Stick to a running / training plan ; also, you might want to consult with a trainer or a more experienced runner. A trainer can help you create a running plan that is in line with your current fitness and help you plan and achieve your long-term goals. Now with that out of the way … the selection below are great shoes for runners with flat feet.