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Ankle Pain
May 28, 2008
... I had no ankle pain at all until I got the new shoes. ... (14 replies)
... The best running shoes are the ones that fit your foot mechanics. ... (12 replies)
Ankle Pain
May 29, 2008
... I have found that rotating my ankles in circles a little throughout the day and then before exercise has helped. I really think my ankle pain may also be from my Asics running shoes. ... (14 replies)

Ankle Pain
May 22, 2008
... What are some good ways to prevent ankle pain while running? ... (14 replies)
Ankle Pain
May 23, 2008
... then when I went back to the treadmill on Wednesday, I could barely finish my workout. My ankles were in sooooo much pain. I thought maybe it was because the shoes were new. My old running shoes were Asics as well, and I had them for almost 2 years with no problems. ... (14 replies)
... I'm a 24 year old male, 5'8'' 220lbs and I've been having some issues with running for a while. ... (3 replies)
Ankle Pain
Jun 15, 2008
... e some of the sizes at the smaller or larger end won't fit as well. Most females I know have high arches, so I figured mine were normal, but same deal here... no shoes had ever touched my arches. Now I have my running shoes fitting correctly... ... (14 replies)
Ankle Pain
May 27, 2008
... ral people talk about how they hate running, and so many times it ends up being their shoes, it really does make a huge difference to run in good shoes. The best shoes I have ran in, and ironically the cheapest I have are New Balance. I would definitely recommend looking into some new ones if they feel that hard when you land. ... (14 replies)
Ankle Pain
May 24, 2008
... I used to mainly use the elliptical, so running is still generally a new thing for me anyway. My shoes are meant for running and I bought them in March. I wouldn't think they would go bad THAT fast. Do you think maybe some good gel sport insoles with arch support would help? ... (14 replies)
Ankle Pain
Jun 11, 2008
... ones a try. They are great and very supportive. I never realized that my arches are pretty high since none of my shoes support my arches. Now I'm going to want to buy these for every pair I can! ... (14 replies)
... If they are not causing any pain then I see no reason to alter them for now. ... (1 replies)
... eliptical because of horrible shin splints. I've got great shoes in Asics Nimbus vii, and I do plenty of leg stretches before running, but I still can only get by with a couple miles every 3 or 4 days. ... (6 replies)
... Usually when shin splints are encountered, there could be a couple of things going on. The first is surface. If you have less than perfect running form, then your footstrike on a very hard surface can cause inflammation in the tissues up the shin. Another problem could be footware. ... (1 replies)
... It could very well be your new shoes. I had that happen to me. I bought really expensive shoes thinking they would be better for me. They felt good walking in them but when I started running I had alot of pain. ... (8 replies)
... me... I've found different things to make it work for me and I've gotten much better with it. First of all, take care of the easy things. Make sure you have GOOD running shoes. That is the one kind of show I'll spend more on. It makes a difference. I also highly recommend some good gel insoles with arch support. ... (9 replies)
... You could always try and get ankle braces. ... (16 replies)
Shin splints
Nov 19, 2007
... inflammatories can help with the pain and reduce the inflammation, but running when it is still sore will just make it more sore. If you give it a chance to heal, then you can get back to exercising a little more slowly. ... (2 replies)
... I've always been an avid walker but recently started running as well, or at least a light trot if you could call it that. ... (4 replies)




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