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#1 2018-09-25 03:40:40

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About two months ago I wrote a post about my wife Erin’s long term problems with foot and hip pain. She had gotten her hip pain under control through a post-run strengthening routine (lunges), but earlier this year she was diagnosed with a neuroma in her right foot, and was unable to run without pain in any of the shoes that she had at the time. She was ready to give up running altogether.
After describing her situation to him, my buddy Nate recommended that she try out a pair of Hokas – they helped him Nike Roshe Run Dámské Nike Air Max 90 Dámské Růžové through a bout of plantar fasciitis last year and he’d heard of others who’d had success using them to battle foot pain. I hopped on-line and bought her a pair of Hoka Bondi 2 shoes. She wasn’t crazy about the platform-shoe appearance, but she was game to give them a try.I’m happy to report that my wife has experienced zero foot pain since she started running in the Hokas. That’s almost two months of pain-free running, and this past week she managed three pain-free 4-mile runs for the first time in as long as I can remember!A couple of days ago Erin proposed that we run the Four on the Forth race together in Bridgton, ME on July 4. The Four on the Fourth is the first race I ever ran back in 2007, and she had agreed to run it with me as a way to motivate me to start exercising again (I was pushing 190 pounds at the time, and was Nike Air Max Tavas Damskie horribly Nike Air Vapormax Womens out of shape). Erin does not like to race (at all!), so this proposal nearly knocked me off my feet.To say that I’m happy about Erin’s progress would be an understatement – a simple change in shoes has given her back an incredibly important part of her life.Great news re the Hokas. Am happy for your wife. It’s a real pleasure to find a solution to a problem. I’d have a pair of Hokas in my rotation if they were wider in the forefoot. I sold mine but wish I’d at least kept the right foot one (see post below). Like your wife, I too have problematic feet. My right foot has endured the pleasure of Achilles tendonitis, a neuroma, plantar fascitis & shin splints. So I’m still looking for my solution. My right foot is nothing like my left, it has a high arch while my left has a low arch & is 1/2 size smaller. So in my mind there’s a Adidas NMD Mens case to Nike Air Presto Womens say that as my two feet have different needs (arch support on left foot leads to knee problems but works for the right foot), is there any reason (apart from the ‘look silly ‘factor) I shouldn’t wear one trainer on one foot and one on the other? I was thinking a Triumph 11 for the right or an NB 890 v 3 (with an orthotic for some stability) & a Brooks Pure Grit for the left (that’s tried & tested). In summary, wearing one 8mm drop trainer with moderate arch support & on the right (the 8mm drop causes less stress on the foot) & a 4mm drop(the 4mm drop causes less issues for the knee) trainer with no arch support on the left. Is there any evidence to suggest that wearing odd shoes might lead to hip problems or some other knock-on factor? I know all of this is individual but I’m just putting the idea of wearing different shoes on www.denisbensimon.fr different Nike Air Max 90 Męskie feet out there. Personally, I think shops & websites should let you buy separate trainers. My contention is that feet are not uniform so why should we be foreced to buy trainers as if they are. It’s not like it’s easy to buy custom made trainers. Any thoughts, constructive feedback would be most welcome. i.e Luke, London.



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