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Old 01-30-2009, 05:47 PM #169
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I currently run 3 miles 4 times per week but anything more than that I start developing terrible shin splints. I make sure I stretch before I run, I have different insoles in my shoes and I focus on proper running technique (heel, toe) but I still get shin splints. Any suggestions for fighting them?
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Old 01-30-2009, 07:57 PM #170
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Old 01-30-2009, 09:00 PM #171
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I currently run 3 miles 4 times per week but anything more than that I start developing terrible shin splints. I make sure I stretch before I run, I have different insoles in my shoes and I focus on proper running technique (heel, toe) but I still get shin splints. Any suggestions for fighting them?
I had some horrible splints when I started running. The only treatment is rest really. I ran through most of them, which I don't know if that was the best thing, but 3 weeks later I don't have them anymore.
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I currently run 3 miles 4 times per week but anything more than that I start developing terrible shin splints. I make sure I stretch before I run, I have different insoles in my shoes and I focus on proper running technique (heel, toe) but I still get shin splints. Any suggestions for fighting them?
Heel toe is not proper technique, you should be striking midfoot/fore foot.
Read this about shin splints.

http://www.pponline.co.uk/encyc/0608.htm
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Old 01-31-2009, 09:21 PM #173
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my mile is like 7:30 but im 13 and dont run much
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Old 02-01-2009, 03:17 AM #174
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I currently run 3 miles 4 times per week but anything more than that I start developing terrible shin splints. I make sure I stretch before I run, I have different insoles in my shoes and I focus on proper running technique (heel, toe) but I still get shin splints. Any suggestions for fighting them?
heel to toe?

that's not proper!
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Old 02-01-2009, 11:22 PM #175
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I currently run 3 miles 4 times per week but anything more than that I start developing terrible shin splints. I make sure I stretch before I run, I have different insoles in my shoes and I focus on proper running technique (heel, toe) but I still get shin splints. Any suggestions for fighting them?
run on trails, get a better pair of shoes, duckwalk
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Old 02-01-2009, 11:45 PM #176
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Im not sure if this was asked already, but what is a good way to get rid of flat feet pain?

I run constantly, but after about the 1st mile my feet are inflamed.
Its been like this for a while now.
Is there some secret technique to running when you have super flat feet?
If not, whatever.
I'll just keep pushing forward.
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Old 02-02-2009, 12:03 AM #177
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inserts, new shoes (not some 50 dollar peice of **** ones from sports authority, go to a legit running store and tell them of your issue.)

focus on landing mid foot instead of on the heal


and from here on out, if your having foot pain or something post a picture of your shoes and where you got them
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Old 02-02-2009, 12:10 AM #178
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i recently bought a new pair of shoes from the new balance store with new inserts as well.
One of the people that was working there said that it should help and that the first 4 runs or so my feet will hurt even more.
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Old 02-02-2009, 12:21 AM #179
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you are wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy too skinny man.
Don't hate a runner. Because you are probably wayyyyyyyyyyyyyy slow.
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Old 02-02-2009, 02:30 AM #180
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i recently bought a new pair of shoes from the new balance store with new inserts as well.
One of the people that was working there said that it should help and that the first 4 runs or so my feet will hurt even more.
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inserts, new shoes (not some 50 dollar peice of **** ones from sports authority, go to a legit running store and tell them of your issue.)
new balance makes ok shoes but if you go into a new balance store they wont necessarly have the shoe that will be the best for you. not to mention the person that sold them to you likly knew jack **** about running and the mechanics.

ill say this again in big font so every one can read it

If you are having foot/shin/leg pain your shoes are most likly the issue. If you did not go into a RUNNING store and get fitted/have your stride assessed you are wearing the WRONG pair of shoes and will end up injured. if you wanna make a post about foot/shin/leg pain include a picture of your shoe and i will help you to the best of my ability. spending the extra 50 dollars is well worth it to run pain free
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Old 02-02-2009, 03:43 PM #181
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Get Basics they're good and affordable. I started running just 2 miles just to get started this week.
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Old 02-02-2009, 04:33 PM #182
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Get Basics they're good and affordable. I started running just 2 miles just to get started this week.
What are Basics?

I'd argue that every major shoe company has a good shoe for each person. Its just a matter of finding out what that particular model is for you.

www.runningwarehouse.com is an excellent site for purchasing shoes, spikes, flats, etc. They'll do stride assessment and aid in your fitting of shoes.
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Old 02-02-2009, 04:46 PM #183
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What are Basics?

I'd argue that every major shoe company has a good shoe for each person. Its just a matter of finding out what that particular model is for you.

www.runningwarehouse.com is an excellent site for purchasing shoes, spikes, flats, etc. They'll do stride assessment and aid in your fitting of shoes.
no just no. if you want i can do a huge write up as to why but there is defintly a difference in people and shoes. for instance i run in both the mizuno inspire 5's and nike skylon 12's. there is a definate difference in each shoe even though they are designed to do the same thing. the mizuno offers more support and is a overall more efficiant shoe. where as my nike is lighter but isnt as forgiving on ones foot for an ineffective stride.
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no just no. if you want i can do a huge write up as to why but there is defintly a difference in people and shoes. for instance i run in both the mizuno inspire 5's and nike skylon 12's. there is a definate difference in each shoe even though they are designed to do the same thing. the mizuno offers more support and is a overall more efficiant shoe. where as my nike is lighter but isnt as forgiving on ones foot for an ineffective stride.
Okay, there a differences but could you train in either without a problem? I know I am not the exception because theres a lot of people on my team who train in their own various shoes during the summer and then we all train in brooks for the school year without a problem.

If you're training in it its still a good shoe for you. I am not saying that there isn't a best shoe for a person but that each company produces a shoe that will work fine for you.
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Old 02-03-2009, 01:24 AM #185
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just from talking with my friends who are at brand schools (schools that get equipment comped by companys (like your school kinda sounds like)) they accredit the requirement to run in a specific brand of shoe to an increased injure risk during season. michael cybulski being one of the people that i personally know that accredits addidas shoes for his injury.

sure you can get away with it but i am still not for only shopping from a single brand
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Old 02-03-2009, 01:26 AM #186
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my dad bought me these a while ago

http://www.dickssportinggoods.com/pr...ctId=3152463#1


have done me good, I had a problem with my arches hurting before.
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Old 02-03-2009, 02:56 AM #187
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hey guys,

I run quite a bit but I'm not fast. I just do it because I enjoy it.

I have done the Portland Marathon, the vancouver international half marathon, Ironman Coeur D'Alene (involves running a marathon), a bunch of half ironman events(involves a half marathon) and countless 5 and 10k's

I run in asics.
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Old 02-03-2009, 03:03 AM #188
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Old 02-04-2009, 07:52 AM #189
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how do i prevent like inner thigh rashes while i run? and i run in socks on my treadmill and get like blisters or calises any advice on how to prevent theses would be appriciated.

i run 2 miles everyday if that helps
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