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Mar
7
comment Stretches and muscle work for Supination or Underpronation
For the tight tendons and ligaments, I wonder if a bit of yoga might help with that...
Mar
7
comment Stretches and muscle work for Supination or Underpronation
If you can find a Pose training coach (I found one at the local Y), it doesn't take long at all to re-learn the new stride. I had literally one training session, spent about a week really really concentrating on what part of my foot was striking, and voila! all of a sudden it was pie.
Mar
7
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Mar
7
comment Stretches and muscle work for Supination or Underpronation
Hang in there! A gait analysis is definitely going to help, or at the very least not hurt. :) Have you tried looking into other running styles, such as mid-foot or forefoot strike?
Mar
7
answered Stretches and muscle work for Supination or Underpronation
Feb
27
comment What are the precautions to be kept in mind while jogging/running daily?
I cannot recommend the Stick strongly enough for warming up muscles prior to a run. I've never been a very good stretcher, and managed to get a few injuries along the way. A sports med chiro recommended I use the Stick to warm up my muscles prior to running and, so long as I use it before and after a run, no injuries! (Sorry, can't link 'cause I'm at work and we're locked down to within an inch of our lives.)
Feb
18
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