The Truth about Shin Splints, Rest, Ice & Pain Relievers

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-Rest, Ice & Pain Relievers TREAT SYMPTOMS- Lasting Relief from Shin Splint Pain comes in a More Comfortable & Less Toxic form.  Here’s why Rest, Ice & Pain Relievers Do Not Work Long Term REST Rest is only appropriate during the first 72 hours post shin injury. Beyond that, Rest is NEVER an Acceptable Long Term…

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Shin Splints Explained & Demystified

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Close your eyes and imagine yourself Jumping Up & Down WITHOUT BENDING YOUR KNEES! In the case of Shin Splints, your feet are struggling to Bend & Absorb Shock. Instead, every step sends a shock wave of force directly into the shin bone vibrating the outer layer away from the underlying.  -How to Correct the Cause…

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Running shoes alter the spring-like function of the human foot

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-Legs and Feet like Springs- Shopping for the Best Running Shoe? Many runners believe wearing the right fit running shoe actually helps absorb shock allowing them to run longer and more efficiently. –Ground Reactive Force– Researchers at the University of Queensland set out to prove whether this belief was evidence based. According to the authors,…

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How to Properly Tie Your Running Shoes

how to properly tie your running shoes

If you’re an avid runner, chances are you’ve experienced blisters. Most have. Chances are you’ve also noticed your running shoes loosen up as you head down the road.  Nobody wants blisters. Nobody want’s to stop and tighten up their shoelaces. Great, because here’s a quick video that just might help. Did you know there’s a proper…

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Custom Foot Orthotics Proven to Decrease Running Injuries

Custom Foot Orthotics Proven to Decrease Running Injuries

It’s Proven… you CAN Easily Reduce your Risk of Running Injuries. Research proved those wearing custom foot orthotics had “a significantly reduced rate of exercise-related lower limb injury across the training period”. The authors emphasized that participants were prescribed orthotics to reduce the potential risk of injury, not because they were dealing with an injury.…

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