Wearing an Athletic Insole can help provide support and cushioning for you feet. Shock absorbing insoles protect the tendons and ligaments in the feet and the affects can radiate up through the body and help reduce knee, hip and lower back pain as well. Providing an extra barrier between the foot and the ground can also help reduce the risk of injuries due to your feet being supported more securely.
Sports - especially high impact sports such as running - can cause huge problems for the feet. The pain may not stop there though, for the shock can radiate through the body and cause problems with the ankles, knees, hips and even the lower back. Athletic Insoles are designed to help prevent injury when exercising by providing additional support and stability for the feet. While there is no fool-proof way to stop a fall when running, Athletic Insoles help to reduce the risk of turning on your ankle when running.
A lot of Athletic Insoles focus on shock absorption to reduce the impact that running has on the feet. Running is a high impact sport and every time you bring your foot down to the ground, you are risking damaging the ligaments, tendons and muscles. Athletic Insoles come in a variety of styles to best suit your needs, but the majority reduce the stress on your feet by limiting the shock from the collision with the ground.
Shoe Insoles have a wide range of styles, sizes and lengths of Athletic Insoles. It is important to find the correct size for your insole for otherwise the insole has the potential to cause more harm than good if not fitted properly. This will place additional strain on the foot and not assist in your activity. Matching with your shoe size is the best way to combat this.
If you require more information about our Athletic Insole range, please contact our support team on 020 7501 1102 or via the contact page on this site.