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Getting blister-y feet after long evening walks

I experience a lot of various problems with distance walking. As far as I have seen, fancy shoes or insoles do not make much of a difference. In some cases, this aid can help, but in some cases, it ...
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Heel height in weightlifting shoes

Higher heel elevation means that you can push your knees further forward before reaching the limit of your ankle flexibility. Knees further forward make for a more upright squat. If you're practicing ...
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Getting blister-y feet after long evening walks

To prevent blisters and the feeling that your feet are damaged after few hours of walking, get some shoes with thick and hard to bend soles. More like light hiking shoes. Don't think to get some soft ...
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What to look for in indoor sports shoes?

For me, what I look for is practicality. Do they have good grip, are they comfortable and how much weight the shoe has. The grip for those sorts of sports 100% has to be good, otherwise you're going ...
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Flat Sneaker (eg. Chucks) for Weight-Lifting

Yes. Training barefoot is actually one of the best ways to train, atleast if you're doing stuff like deadlifting or sqautting. The thing is, most gyms do not allow you to train barefoot for obvious ...
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How to select running shoes for rainy weather

So at the end of the day there is not a ton you can do. It's all about static friction and no matter what if you add water as a layer between the surface you're running on and your shoes the ...
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Running shoes for walking?

I think the main difference is running shoes are built to handle and absorb, short- and long-term, the much greater impact that comes with running. While using "walking" shoes for serious ...
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Bare feet vs lifting shoes for people with flat feet

I have almost the same problem of the flat foot (not severe problem but bad enough). As I am in physiotherapy and performance training business I ‘ve asked many people (experts in their field) what I ...
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Is it safe to exercise barefoot?

Making sure that the area is clean and clear of any small objects that may cause you to hurt your feet or cause cuts would be important. Likewise making sure that furniture it out of the way and that ...
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Getting blister-y feet after long evening walks

As someone who has walked five marathons, I have the following advice: Go to a running store where the staff will actually watch you walk and observe whether you are pronating, etc. You should have ...
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Any health/performance benefits to the narrow design of shoes?

Is your experience growing up that you went barefoot a lot? I did, as most of my youth was spent at swimming pools. My doctor once commented that I had "luau feet" - a wider spread that he ...
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Isn't it true that all types of spikes will fit on all types of running spike shoes?

Sorry to reply to an old thread here. I couldn't comment directly to Pacerier, but I think 4-5 hole shoes are generally for longer distance and easier turn over. 7-8 hole are for sprinters that need ...
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