|04-27-2010, 07:05 AM||#13|
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I suffered from shin splints for the longest. I went in to a store called "Run for Your Life" and they told me that my arch was falling when I ran causing the shin splints. They told me I needed a stability shoe. Picked up a pair of Brooks stability shoes and haven't had the problem from running. However, I do get some pain if I do a lot jump rope and workout in my boxing shoes for too long. Cause there's no arch support in those shoes. Hope this helps.
|04-27-2010, 08:08 AM||#14|
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I got something similar recently, last week i went for my first outside run of the season with my brand new shows.(I run on the threadmill during the winter, fck snow.)
I ran for about half an hour. No problem.
The day after i woke up and the top of my right foot was swollen and i had some mild pain when i try to put my weight on the front of my foot. I ignored it and went to the gym anyway when i got there started shadow boxing and the pain started to get worst when i was moving around, it wasn't that bad so i hit the pads a little and then did some rounds on the bag.
The day after it was swollen even more and i had a hard time walking normally.
For the past week i haven't trained, i take some ibuprofen for the swelling and i put a icepack in my sock for like 15 minutes every hour. Swelling is almost all gone, pain isn't as bad but it still hurts when i put my weight on the ball of my foot, so i can't really train.
It's pissing me off, anybody ever experienced this?
|04-27-2010, 08:16 AM||#15|
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I've never had foot problems, but my knees get sore if I run on concrete. Maybe you should try to run on grass, I've never had any injuries or soreness from doing that.
|04-27-2010, 05:52 PM||#16|
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Go see a choropodist (foot doctor). If your feet hurt after exercise it,s likely that you are pushing off from the sife off your foot rather than the balls of your feet. They will more than likely hook you up with some custom insoles that should help with your posture etc. After a while you won't need them anymore and the problem shouldn't come back.
I used to get a real bad back from running as I have flat feet. I was using expensive running trainers anyway, and they gave me some insoles and they do work to be honest.
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