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Recovering from plateaus is hard because they are both frustrating and usually you have to do the opposite of what seems rational - like take a step back. When people struggle to lose more weight, they usually cut the calories more and increase running/other physical activity which actually worsens the problem. Your body goes into "starvation mode", meaning ...


Everyone reaches plateaus during their weight loss. Provided you continue to eat at a sensible deficit of calories (recommendation is between 10 and 20% of your TDEE) and are tracking them well you should start to lose weight again. As correctly explained by ddinchev, if you eat too little your body will go into "starvation mode", eating ~1000 calories ...


A good shoe will adapt to your foot over time of using it. You want it to be comfortable at all times during running. I would stick with the suggestion of buying it at the end of the day. A walk into town should warm your feet up to their normal working size and shape.


If you stretch and pain gone, congratulations. By stretch, I would say less than 30 seconds before exercise, and 90 seconds plus after exercise. Remember to stretch other muscles like Extensor digitorum longus, Gastrocnemius muscle, or any muscle nearby, muscle tight may cause other muscle pain. If not, you may take foot pressure image, and some ...

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