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This happens with my shoes too. I believe that this has to do with my habit of lifting and placing my feet rather than any imperfection in my body balance or my 'gait' ... I know, I walk in an under-pronation gait. As a result the outer heel of all my shoes always wear down much faster than any other part of the sole. What is ...


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Alright so what I use when I do parkour or free running are adidas classic samba shoes. They are very soft and after some wearing form to your foot in a good manner. I really like them as they have enough support for my arch yet enough grip for vaults and other moves. I have had 2 pairs and neither have ever ripped, i just out grew them. I would highly ...


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Its great that you love running up the stairs. You are correct that coming down has a slight negative effect on the legs specifically the knees. Running up for that matter, has very less impact on your joints, unless you stomp. The majority of the pressure is on your calf muscles, which is obviously a good thing... Over time your muscles grow stronger. ...


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Extra wear on the heel may suggest overstriding and the edge wear suggests that you may not be rotating your foot enough. Although, are these your running shoes? They look more like leather business casual. If you have a picture of the front, it would let us know whether the wear on the heels is simply emblematic of general wear, although the wears on the ...


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There are two options for those who have wide feet when it comes to oly lifting shoes. Nike Romaleos 2 (interchangeable soles in the shoes which is a big +) and Adidas power perfect 2. I find adidas power perfect 2 pretty affordable and had to rip the glued soles out of the shoes. Orthotics fit perfectly and my toes can move. For the material of the ...


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As it is said, prevention is better than cure, but once it happens, one can do nothing about it, other than to continue with his/her daily routine. I also think it's better to give the blister some open space rather than covering it up with band-aids, bandages, etc. If it has occurred due to football just keep on with your game; it will hurt and burn a bit ...



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