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Change Your Shoes, Change Your Life by AbbyNYC Posted Mon 30 Jan 2012 6:38pm This is what my awesome cousin Chi-Chi says to me. I love her. And I think this applies to ALL the shoes in your life, especially your running shoes. I spent the vast majority of my youth wearing the wrong size running shoes. They kept telling me I needed to leave room because my feet were going to grow some more. Little did they know that ... Read on »
10 Must-Know Running Tips for Beginners by Kodjoworkout Posted Sun 20 Jan 2013 1:19pm We are beginning a new year, and you might need to find a way to shed the unwanted pounds you gained during the holidays. Being overweight increases your risk of developing heart disease , diabetes and some types of cancer. Running is a great type of exercise that allows you ... Read on »
The Freedom of Outdoor Running…. by Chris .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 12 Jul 2010 12:41am kk+ I really don’t like treadmills, I get so bored and it all feels very labored. It simply feels forced and harder than normal running, which should be free and at your own pace with a playful aspect to it. From time to time I will use 5-10 minutes of running time on a treadmill at the gym to add an edge to my warmup, apart from t ... Read on »
Running Shoes – Great Christmas Gift Idea! by ACT Wellness Center Posted Thu 16 Dec 2010 9:35am Did you know…. the anatomy of a running shoes differ from one another? Each running shoe offers specific structural features. The American Academy Podiatric Sports Medicine (AAPSM) has a complete explanation of the anatomy of the running shoe . This site is an excellent resource for running shoe review since they have a dedicated committee whic ... Read on »
What Are Shin Splints - Part 3 by Brandon Goulding Posted Fri 10 May 2013 5:07pm So I've talked about nomenclature and causes of shin splints. Now it's time to get into the prevention and treatment of shin splints. "Running Shoes" by barbourians As always, prevention is the best medicine. Following some simple guidelines for exercise may help you stave off shin splints. For example, if you're pi ... Read on »
See Ya Shin Splints by WhitneyGuin Posted Thu 16 Sep 2010 12:00am Well, I was right about one thing yesterday. I love, love, love my new running shoes! See ya shin splints. I got up early this morning, and headed to the trail. New workout clothes example…three? Well, just a new shirt I guess. I love these shirts! They’re cheap, and fit well. They don’t ride up and they breathe well! My s ... Read on »
Shin Splints - Is “Running Through Them” The Proper Way To Heal? by Todd S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 22 Mar 2009 3:42pm As I’ve slowly become a “runner” now that my weight is coming more into line, I’ve had to suffer through some pretty severe pain in more lower left left which I shall term as “shin splints” for now.  I had the shin splints so bad in January I almost wanted to die.  It was so frustrating as once I got running, the pain was manageable but when I wo ... Read on »
The Importance of Running Shoes by Natascia Armitage Facebook Posted Mon 13 Jun 2011 9:54am Remember when we were a child and you would use the same pair of shoes for whatever we did?  Over the years we have added a few (or maybe “a lot” if you are a shoe lover like I am) new additions in our shoe rack, a couple of casual ones and few dressier type of shoes.  Unfortunately, many of us use these “casual” shoes for our exercises as well ... Read on »
Shin Splints Prevention/Treatment by k Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 7:17pm Shin Splints. Most of us that jog or run have had a problem with this at one time or another. Shin splints is basically stress from overload on the shin bone and the tissues that connect the bone to your lower leg muscles. There are a few ways you can treat or prevent shin splits from becoming a problem. One sure way is to just stop runnin ... Read on »
Hey Mr. Green, How Should I Give Old Shoes the Boot? by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Dec 2011 2:59pm Hey Mr. Green,  Where can I recycle shoes that are no longer wearable? I can only find places that take gently used pairs. --Astrid in Gloucester, Massachusetts There are plenty of recyclers of new or gently worn shoes, like Soles4Souls , that donate the pairs they collect to folks in need. But since yours are beyond that b ... Read on »